A lot of people have been looking for more encryption and security after Donald Trump’s recent election.

Thankfully some services are already offering solutions to that, one such service is Whataspp, who revealed that they will be rolling out two-factor authentication to their application.

At the moment, the feature is only available in the beta version of Whatsapp on Android.

If you have that beta version then you can access the feature by heading over to the setting menu within the app, and then turn on the two-factor authentication option.

Once you turn it on then you will need to create a six-digit passcode, which will be the code that you will need to enter every time that you attempt to log into the service on a new device.

You can also add an email address that you can use to reset your passcode in the event that you forget it.

Source: Android Police

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