WhatsApp Hacking - Becareful - DOs and Donts to be Safe

WhatsApp Hacking - Becareful - DOs and Donts to be Safe
Cyber criminals are not giving up any opportunity to steal users' personal information. Sending suspicious links, logging into them, and hitting OTPs from innocent users. It is said that many of these e-mails are also sent. WhatsApp advises users to be vigilant in this regard. The Telegraph reports, on the other hand, that some accounts have already been hacked.

Cyber criminals are not giving up any opportunity to steal users' personal information. Sending suspicious links, logging into them, and hitting OTPs from innocent users. It is said that many of these e-mails are also sent. WhatsApp advises users to be vigilant in this regard. The Telegraph reports, on the other hand, that some accounts have already been hacked.

The latest alerts have been issued in the wake of many complaining that they received messages saying OTP from unidentified phone numbers. Hackers are using this OTP to infiltrate the associated WhatsApp account. It says that unattended users are being fooled and that hackers access valuable information such as personal chats, phone numbers, name, email id, bank account details and Facebook login. Users are most alert when it comes to OTP and security code Asked to be dealt with. Asked if it ever received such messages. Share some tips on Twitter.


Don'ts 
It is requested users not to share OTP and security verification codes with anyone, including favorites.

DOs
  1.  Enable Two Step Verification method (Setting / Account / Two Step Verification) available in iOS and Android versions. 
  2. WhatsApp said the account could be protected from hackers. You need to go to the settings menu, click on the Privacy option and change the Profile photo option. Click on My Contacts. 
  3. If you get a suspicious phone number that is not in contact .. Ignore. 
  4. Block the number so that it no longer sends such a message

How to Enable 2 Step Verification in WhatsApp

  1. Go to Settings
  2. Go to Account
  3. Click on two Step verification
  4. Click on enable
  5. Enter a 6 Digit Number that you can remember perfectly
  6. Confirm the number again
  7. Enter your Email ID that you can reset the Verification Code if you need
  8. Confirm Email Again
  9. Congrats your two step Verification for WhatsApp has been enabled

So even your WhatsApp hacked they can not access your WhatsApp chats because it asks for two step Verification Code which should not be shared with anyone

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