How To Enable And Use Two-Step Verification On WhatsApp
WhatsApp is the leading messenger in the world with more than billion of active users. Whatsapp added an additional security protection to its users to safeguard from the hackers. As previously it added an end to end encryption on messages now it enabled two-step verification on WhatsApp.
Enable Two-step verification on WhatsApp:
Here, you come to know how to enable two-step verification on WhatsApp
1. Open your WhatsApp account and tap on settings
2. Click on Account
3. Then, select two-step verification
4. Press Enable
Setting Up two-step verification:
When you tap on to enable you will be directed to process the following steps
1. Asks to enter 6 digit passcode(enter your code)
2. Confirm your passcode by tapping it again on next screen
3. Now, add your email address to secure your password if forget
4. Confirm your email address by typing again on next screen
5. Now it shows that two-step verification is enabled
How to disable two-step verification:
Simply, go to settings and then accounts and select two-step verification. Tap on disable and now you have successfully disabled this feature.
How does it work?
After recording many hacking accounts WhatsApp came out with two-step verification feature which stops the hacker from stealing or using your account.
When someone steals your sim card and tries to access your WhatsApp account it only opens when you enter your passcode. Others cannot access your account when they insert sim in another phone it only opens on entering the passcode.
Tip of the Topic:
Focussing on security, WhatsApp has introduced security feature as that of google’s Gmail two-step verification that secures your account completely. Though all the security features are enabled selection of passwords should be made wisely without leaving a clue to others. We suggest you enable two-step verification on WhatsApp for better and secured account usage.