WhatsApp rolls out two-step verification

Security is one of the key aspects in today’s online world. In order to strengthen its security of its 1.2 billion users, Facebook owned WhatsApp has officially started rolling out two-step verification for its users.

Initially the two-step verification was available only in beta versions. Now, this security features is available for all Android, Windows Phone and iOS users.

Once enabled, user will have to enter 6 digit pass code when verifying. Users also get option to add email address to your account. It can be used to reset your pass code. Do provide an accurate email address as WhatsApp does not verify emails.

Wondering how to enable two-step verification feature in WhatsApp?. Just go to Settings > Account > Two-Step Verification > Enable.

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Pawan Lokhandwala

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