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New Delhi, Feb 10, 2017: WhatsApp on Friday rolled out a two-step verification process for all devices to enhance the security of users’ accounts.

WhatsApp has been working on two-step verification for the past several months.


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“When you have the feature enabled, any attempt to verify your phone number on WhatsApp must be accompanied by the six-digit passcode that you choose,” WhatsApp said in a statement.

Users can activate the two-step verification process by going into ‘Settings’ and then tapping the ‘Account’ where they can enable ‘Two-step verification’.

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The new feature will be available to all 1.2 billion WhatsApp users across iPhone, Android and Windows. (IANS)


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