I was on my companies wireless network and one of my friends sent me inappropriate images on my whatsapp.


Those images were downloaded to my phone directly. will my company know about it? will the data be stored?

Answer this Question


2 total
Vote Up (13)

Are my messages secure?

"WhatsApp communication between your phone and our server is fully encrypted.

We do not store your chat history on our servers. Once delivered successfully to your phone, chat messages are removed from our system

Even though data sent through our app is encrypted, remember that if your phone or your friend's phone is being used by someone else, it may be possible for them to read your WhatsApp messages. Please be aware of who has physical access to your phone."

Vote Up (10)

You should be fine. Whatsapp is fully encrypted, so your employer shouldn’t be able to see the content. 

Ask a question

Join Now or Sign In to ask a question.
New car-pool services sold by ride-sharing companies including Uber and Lyft are illegal in California, according to state regulators.
The line between TV and mobile services is blurring, and in many cases that blur in between them is a cloud.
Google has announced the first four Android apps for Chromebooks. Plus: Should LibreOffice pay for Android development? And how Google can improve Android to stave off the challenge of the iPhone 6.
Technological and cultural trends have put Kenya at the forefront of the mobile money boom in Africa.
Will offer both major networks and custom channels.
The new, bigger iPhones may impact your wardrobe
The device, which could cost pennies to make, is expected to help enable the Internet of things.
Government-controlled media outlets in China yesterday speculated that the iPhone 6 will not be immediately sold there because Apple retaliated against carrier partners who leaked details of the new models before their launch.
Some analysts think that Android Wear will beat the Apple Watch handily. Plus: Samsung mocks Apple's iPhone 6 and streaming problems, and iPhone 6 users have finally made it to 2012.
Move over Apple: Even BlackBerry is working on a smartwatch.
Join us: