WhatsApp begins to roll out Two-step security feature

Pappi Hex
 WhatsApp yesterday Thursday announced that it has started rolling out its two step verification feature to its users. 

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 The Facebook company revealed the features of the two-step verification which is intended to make the messaging app more secured. This feature requires a six-digit passcode each time a WhatsApp user tries to verify their number phone number. 

 The two step verification can be enabled by going to WhatsApp settings on the phone. This feature gives you an option to provide WhatsApp with your email address if you are enabling the two step verification for the first time of which with the email address activated, you will be able to use your email address to disable your two step verification without a passcode. 

  WhatsApp says that those who enabled the two-step verification will be constantly asked to verify their account. The company further explained the reason for the occassional pop-up is to help users remember their passcode and at the same time, ensure that the person using the account is the actual owner.

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 WhatsApp begun to test this two step  verification feature back in November 2016 last year which was still in beta state then, and it took three months for it to be made official.

 For now the, that the two step verification features might take a few days before getting to other people.

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