WhatsApp’s Top Security, Privacy features Every User Needs to Know || SIKH VOGUE

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  • Nov 26, 2019


From MP4 videos to GIFs, cybercriminals are using different ways to target WhatsApp users around the world. The instant messaging application was recently targeted using spyware called Pegasus to snoop on individuals around the world. For millions of WhatsApp users around the world, it’s important they know how to use some of the built-in features aimed at safety and privacy.

One of the easiest ways to secure your Watts app account is to enable two-step verification. An additional layer of security, this will help you get an instant alert if anyone tries to hack into your account.

To use the two-step verification, open in-app Settings. Then go to Account and then tap on the “two-step verification.” Note that you need to provide an email address which will be used later to retrieve a six-digit PIN code.

“If you receive an email to disable two-step verification, but didn’t request this, don’t click on the link. Someone could be attempting to verify your phone number on WhatsApp,” WhatsApp warns users.


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