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Many people believe that Whatsapp is down due to a flaw in the network’s code, but there’s no evidence of that.
Whatsapp’s network is so massive that it could cause problems for even the biggest companies.
The most recent incident affected more than 100 million people.
The network was down for around four hours, and more than 30 million people are affected.
A group of users were able to bypass the network, however, by using a vulnerability in Android’s OpenSSL software.
In the past, security experts have suggested that Whatsapps’ security is lax, and there’s a chance that it will get back up in a few hours.
But it’s still too early to tell what exactly happened, and users are asking for help.
“Whatsapp is a global app, so there is a possibility that it has been compromised.
There are still people with access to the server, and they could still do damage, so please don’t rush to judgement,” a Whatsapp user wrote.
“I have contacted Whatsapp to ask for help and I am still waiting for a reply.”
Whatsapps team has responded to users’ concerns, saying they’re investigating and will make updates if they can.
It’s possible that WhatsApps has been hacked by an unknown party, but this is not proven.
Whatson is a software company based in China that specializes in operating systems.
The company’s software has been used by several high-profile companies, including Twitter, Facebook, and Google.
This could be an exploit that can be used by hackers to steal sensitive data.
Whatson has already issued a public statement about the security hole and is currently looking for users who may have been affected.
This story originally appeared on The Verge.