What do you think about Messenger end-to-end Encryption?
I'm sure that most of us are using Facebook and its app messenger, actually I think that it doesn't exist a smartphone without messenger installed on it.
Now I'm not saying that if you use facebook you should use messenger, but if you're using it every day probably you've noticed an option called "secret conversation" , this feature is available only on android and IOS platforms, and you need to turn it on manually from your messenger, to do that simply click to profile which you want to send encrypted message and click to "Secret Conversation".
Now, according to Facebook this feature is using end-to-end encryption which means that only you(sender) and your friend(receiver) can read those messages, after sending a message via this option you have to set timer, timer is an option that allow you to choose how long will your message stay active after your friend read them, so if you choose a timer 60s , your message will be deleted automatically 1 min after it's seen.
So since they're using end-to-end encryption it means that even the facebook can't read them, why does this sound like hmmm ,a bit weird?