WhatsApp It could be a very safe application. Its end-to-end encryption means that only the sender and recipient can read or listen to the content, and two-step authentication adds an extra layer of security by requiring users to enter a six-digit verification code on the time to register your phone number with WhatsApp.
Let’s just say your account is protected on all fronts, but users can make a mistake and accidentally leave it open on another device. Luckily, there is a way to verify if this is your case and find out which computers have access to the account to cut the connection once and for all.
WHATSAPP | How to know if your account is open on another device
- Opens WhatsApp on your mobile phone and go to the “Settings” or “Configuration” section.
- Select the option “WhatsApp Web” or “Linked devices” (depending on the version of WhatsApp you have).
- If there are any devices linked to your account, you’ll see them listed. If there is no device, it means that you do not have any session open on another device.
- If you see a paired device that you don’t recognize or use, you can sign out of that device by selecting it and pressing the “Sign out” option.
It is important to note that if someone has physical access to your mobile phone, they could open a session WhatsApp Web without your consent, so it is recommended to protect your mobile phone with a password or unlock pattern.
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