If you want to protect your WhatsApp Account from being stolen or scams. Like many other online apps, WhatsApp also works to keep users’ data private and secure. Despite this, by taking advantage of the flaws in WhatsApp, hackers keep trying to take access to the user’s account.
If you think that someone else is accessing your WhatsApp account, it can be traced. Here we are telling about the ways by which you can find out if someone else is accessing your WhatsApp account.
You should should never share your WhatsApp SMS verification code with anyone, not even with family/friends.
If you suspect someone else is using your WhatsApp account. First, check WhatsApp Activity. If someone else has access to your WhatsApp, you can check messages, WhatsApp call history… If you see messages that you haven’t sent, then you need to be careful.
WhatsApp is end-to-end encrypted and messages are stored on your device and messages are stored in your device.
Just need to follow these simplest steps:
- Never share the 6- digit registration code you receive via SMS with others.
- Enable two- step verification — a) Tap Settings> Account> Two step verification>Create a Pin
- Protect Your Data – a) Allow only your contacts to see your profile photo.
You also need to see your contact information. After hacking your account, hackers start changing your contact information. You can check this by going to your profile in WhatsApp. If you see this change then you need to secure the account.
Apart from this, you can check whether your account is not open anywhere by going to WhatsApp Web or linked device. If you think your account is open somewhere else… you can unlink or log out of it
To keep your WhatsApp account secure, you must enable Two-Factor Authentication. This will require a PIN to login on the new device. With this you can set PIN by going to WhatsApp Settings and Accounts.