WhatsApp to get login approval feature to prevent account hacking: Report

WhatsApp once again strengthens its user security features. This time, the private messaging app is working on a new security feature that will help users protect themselves from potential scammers. Called Login Approval, the feature is expected to build on the company’s two-step verification system. This feature is designed for multiple device users.

This new feature allows users to receive notifications when a user logs into their WhatsApp account from another device. It is also reportedly working on a feature that will allow users to view past group participants on an iPhone.

According to a report by WABetaInfo, a WhatsApp feature tracker, the company is currently testing a beta version of its latest software. It is believed that the new security feature called Login Approval will be part of a future update.

The new feature will reportedly notify users when another person tries to log into their account from another device. A user is reportedly unable to sign in to an account on a secondary device until approval has been granted from the primary device that the account is already signed in to.

It is believed that this feature will help prevent potential fraudsters from accessing a user’s account and personal information. According to the report, this feature is designed to prevent users from stealing their information and accounts.

WhatsApp already has a two-step verification system designed to prevent unauthorized access to a user’s account. The new feature is reportedly built on this system to protect users if they have already shared the security code. In addition, as indicated by the leaked screenshots, the new feature will notify users when a user logs into their account from another device.

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