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In this post, we will talk about a much-researched topic on the web. Namely, how to spy on WhatsApp and especially how to do it on two or more terminals at the same time.

 

This can be done thanks to the WhatsApp web feature. This functionality makes us use the same WhatsApp account on two different terminals. But it also allows us to access the WhatsApp of our girlfriend, friend, or whoever we want.

 

How to keep your WhatsApp data safe

 

How to secure your data on WhatsApp

In the following lines, we will look at various aspects and features of this trendy application. And especially that of securing your data and, more generally, your personal WhatsApp account.

 

 

Protect your WhatsApp with a password

In the latest updates to the WhatsApp application, new security improvements have been introduced. Especially it is possible to password-protect access without having to install any app.

 

The best option is still to allow unlocking WhatsApp with fingerprint recognition. And this is made possible by entering from the settings of your cell phone the digital recognition for that application.

 

Alternatively or additionally, you can make your WhatsApp Account more secure by enabling two-step verification. A WhatsApp login PIN is created in addition to the fingerprint, which, however, is not required all the time, but only after a reboot of the phone or a change of phone.

 

 

Reset the forgotten pin in two steps

WhatsApp customer support itself comes to our aid in case we forget the PIN to protect our account.

 

In this regard, you can do it either using an email or without the email address.

 

In the second case, you will have to wait 7 days in case you forgot the email address, provided it wrong, or someone else set the verification PIN. After the 7 days have passed, you will have to open WhatsApp > tap Forgot PIN? > reset.

 

If you use email, you will have to open WhatsApp > tap Forgot PIN? > Send an email. You will be sent a link to reset the PIN. Follow the link and tap CONFIRM.

 

 

Enable security notifications

How to keep your WhatsApp data safe

 

Chats protected by end-to-end encryption between two users have their security code. This code was introduced to verify that calls and messages sent in conversations are end-to-end encrypted.

 

These are unique codes for each chat and can often change as well. The change often happens when you or your contact reinstalls WhatsApp or changes phones.

 

To receive notifications whenever this change occurs, you need to: open WhatsApp settings, and tap Account > Security. You can now enable security notifications by clicking Show Security Notifications.

 

 

Beware of scams in the form of offers

Like any self-respecting application, WhatsApp is often the subject of and, in some cases, a tool for enacting real scams against users.

 

When receiving media files from strangers, these are often a real web menace. Many people naively think that they won or received something, fall for it, and in the worst case, lose substantial sums of money.

 

As in the case of email, in the case of WhatsApp and WhatsApp Web, it is good to be careful about the messages we are about to receive and the actions we are about to take through these messages.

 

 

Keep track of your connected devices

Besides being a way how to spy on WhatsApp of someone else and keeping track of devices connected to WhatsApp, the web is also a way to know whether someone is spying on us or not.

 

To find out which devices are connected to your WhatsApp, there is a very easy procedure. First, you must be connected to at least one of the various devices on which you can use WhatsApp.

 

From now on, from your smartphone, starts the procedure of connecting the same.

 

At this point, you will be able to see how once you click on "WhatsApp Web," it will show us a list of connected devices, which you have most likely forgotten connected or underestimated. And yes, someone may be spying on you if you underestimate this feature.

 

 

Using WhatsApp's privacy settings

Again, a helpful tip to prevent third parties from obtaining information from your daily use of WhatsApp is to take action on the Privacy settings.

 

In this case, you can set information such as your last view, profile picture, and/or status with the following options and decide whether these can be viewed by: everyone, my contacts, and no one.

 

To be able to do this, you simply need to:

  1. Open WhatsApp and go to your Settings, tap Profile, then tap Privacy.
  2. Then, click on the selected option, then choose one of two options: "Everyone," "My Contacts," or "None".
  3. The changes will be applied automatically.

 

 

Conclusions

You have seen how often even using everyday tools, and applications leave ample room for receiving data and information from third parties.

 

On the one hand, this information might help us in the case where we would like to implement a cell phone tracker app from the number. In other cases, they represent a real theft of information.

 

Follow the advice we have provided and secure your WhatsApp.