We all want to secure our personal details and what we do to ensure privacy. Now to secure WhatsApp we want the same.
You are familiar with two step verification of Google. Now have you ever paid attention
that WhatsApp had the same feature too?
Enabling this feature is like adding extra layer to your account security, preventing from unauthorized
users, thus securing WhatsApp.
What does Secure WhatsApp Feature do?
Talking simply, you’ll need to enter a passcode like normal pin code of 6 digits. Now when
sometimes, or reinstalling WhatsApp you need to enter this passcode while registering
For Example, if you have uninstalled your WhatsApp and again installing it on your device, for
security purpose it will ask you the passcode you had setup.
How To Enable WhatsApp Two-Step Verification
Before going to secure WhatsApp by enabling this, make sure to update the WhatsApp to the latest
version. If your application is outdated, update it from play store (in the case using Android).
After you have done that, follow the step-by-step guide:
1. Go to WhatsApp by launching it, tap the three dots on the upper right side of the screen.
2. Tap on “Settings” from the drop-down menu.
3. Head towards “Account> Two-step verification”
4. Tap “Enable”
5. Now, enter 6 digit passcode which you’ll need afterward.
6. Confirm it by typing it again.
7. Now it will ask you to enter your e-mail. This is not a necessary step, you can simply skip
it by tapping “Skip”. However, it adds a value to your security for resetting purpose of your
You have successfully enabled two-step verification for securing WhatsApp.
When To Enter The Passcode
As said earlier, you need to enter this while making a new account on your device or re-installing the app.
For securing WhatsApp, it will ask you the passcode to enter periodically to remember it.
What If Forgot The Passcode
It will be a nightmare to you if you have forgotten your passcode. Don’t worry, I am not
scaring you, but to be on the safe side do remember the passcode.
You can also disable this feature if forgotten the passcode by sending a disable request to your e-mail.
And if you haven’t added any e-mail in “Step 7”, your account will be locked for the lifetime.
In that case, your number will not be permitted to reverify your account within 7 days of last
How To Disable Two-Step Verification
Follow this step-by-step guide:
1. Open WhatsApp, again tap on the three dots on the upper right side of the screen.
2. From the drop-down menu, tap on “Settings”.
3. Select “Account> Two-step verification”.
4. Now, tap on “Disable”
5. It will ask a confirmation, whether you want to disable it.
And if you remember you passcode, you can change your passcode, change e-mail address from this screen.
From above, after reading all this, if you want to add two-step verification for securing
WhatsApp, do remember the passcode. Otherwise, you will be locked out of our account.
A great feature for the users to extra secure your chats and details by WhatsApp but must be
used carefully, if do not want to lose your account.
It’s all for Secure WhatsApp By Enabling Two-Step Verification.
Do share it with your friends so that they also secure WhatsApp.