On July 2, a large number of WeChat personal accounts using plug-in software such as Duokai were blocked, and the impact was so great that a proper noun was born - dubbed "7.2 Incident" in the circle.
This should have come to an end, but a screenshot in the middle gave things a prelude.
The impact of the 7.2 incident and how many accounts were banned can be said to be unknown except for a very small number of people inside WeChat.
How did the 30 million in the screenshot come from? Compared with leaking rumors inside WeChat, I am afraid that the parties themselves have a higher probability of guessing or even guessing.
Sure enough, yesterday the official official account "WeChat School" published an article "If you don't understand this, then congratulations", the beginning phone number list of the article said that the large-scale title is fake, but the crackdown on cheating is true, and at the end of the article, it was revealed that "this year It has cracked down on millions of accounts that explicitly use cheats."
Pai Ye's words were loud and clear, and the article clearly conveyed two signals:
First, WeChat is serious about cracking down on plug-ins. Since it is eyeing, WeChat will definitely deploy more technical forces, and the difficulty and risks of related plug-in tools will probably increase significantly in the future;
Second, cracking down on cheating will be normalized. If the groups that used plug-ins used to play cat-and-mouse games to hide from the first day of the first year and the fifteenth day of the new year to take advantage of the loopholes, I am afraid that they will be worried every day in the future.
XX became angry and bleed for thousands of miles, and he refused to accept it.