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WhatsApp updates new futures

whatsapp updates

It has been a long time since WhatsApp became a platform for both; personal and official messaging. As the popularity is immense, it naturally attracts the attention of criminals. WhatsApp has become an easy conduit for deceiving the innocent. Phishing links have become routine for some people to steal money from bank accounts. In this context, WhatsApp has already taken protective measures to protect users. WhatsApp says that if you not only know them but also practice them, you can avoid the dangers. Explained how to avoid these dangers by using them.

WhatsApp is safe if you do like this

• The first of these is Disappearing Messages. Individual and group chat messages are sent at specified intervals. Views are also one. They disappear once opened. WhatsApp also removes the screenshot facility for such things.

• Two-step verification must be needed. Thus, WhatsApp provides another level of security. A six-digit PIN is required when resetting or verifying an account. With this verification, you can be alert when the SIM card is lost or someone steals the phone.

• WhatsApp has a facility to block unnecessary contacts. You can report problematic messages to WhatsApp. There is also the possibility of sharing with fact checkers or enforcement authorities in case of inappropriate messages.

• Sensitive information such as addresses, phone numbers, passwords, credit/debit card numbers, and bank account information should not share with unknown persons.

• Users have access to controls over personal information. Options include Profile Phot