Wechat security has been a major point of contention in the recent past.
The company recently released a security update for the messaging app that fixes vulnerabilities in the platform, including one in the way that it handles session cookies.
A lot of users have complained about the way it handles login credentials, and many of those complaints have been turned into lawsuits against the company.
However, the company has said that the new update does not address any of the issues that have led to users being unhappy with its service.
We’re taking action and will be making changes soon, the spokesperson told us.
We have no plans to change the way we handle our login credentials.
The spokesperson also said that WeChat has a dedicated team that has been working on improving the way the app works.
We will be improving the login process for users in the coming months, the representative said.
As it turns out, there’s still a lot of work that needs to be done to improve security on the messaging platform.
A number of other companies have also announced security updates in recent weeks, with Facebook also announcing its own updates last week.