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WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging apps and now decided to add passkey access, which provides a more secure way for users to log in and negates the use of text-based keywords.
As you can see in the above video clip, passkey access enables users to use on-device Face and/or Touch ID to log in, providing a safer, faster log-on process, that’s less susceptible to hacking. Also, Passkeys utilize advanced cryptography, providing even more security in the login process. In line with advancing mobile device development, more platforms are now moving to support passkey access, with LinkedIn, X, and TikTok, all moving to integrate passkey protection in recent months.
In addition, Google is also now prompting users to log in using passkeys, with a view to phasing out passwords entirely. As such, while they may not be commonplace as yet, users can expect a lot more platforms to be pushing you towards passkey usage in the coming months.
For instance, WhatsApp is one of the apps that makes sense to get ahead of the curve here, given the platform’s focus on privacy, and keeping users’ private messages safe.
With this logical update, Whatsapp users will no doubt see significant take-up. Now WhatsApp users can set the Passkey access from their settings and update the latest version of the app.
Source: Social Media Today
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