After announcement last autumn, WhatsApp is ready to release two-factor authentication to 1,2 billion users on iOS, Android, and Windows devices.
So if you are one of the 1,2 billion platform users, by updating your application you will be able to enable the security feature.
If you are not familiar with the feature, two-step verification adds extra security to your account, requiring a second identity check other than the user name and password.
To enable the feature, open WhatsApp> Settings - Account - Two Step Verification - Enable, or WhatsApp - Settings - Account - Two-step verification - Enable.
Note that every seven days, you will be asked to enter the passcode to log in to the application. However, you do not have to enter it every time…