WhatsApp is working on a new security feature that focuses on sending a notification when the application detects a login attempt from another device, which the user must allow or reject.
The instant messaging platform, owned by Meta, currently has a unique verification system using a six-digit PIN code, which is entered before registering a WhatsApp account in a new terminal.
Given this context, WhatsApp has been working on a double verification code system when logging in to iOS and Android for some time. That way, when the first login attempt is successful, another six-digit code will be required to complete the process.
In addition to this new system, the app is also immersed in the development of a new security layer, which will send an alert to platform users in the event of any illegitimate access attempt to their account.
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