If you are a WhatsApp user and you want to protect your chats and data, you might choose various methods to add a protective layer, such as setting passwords and enabling two-factor authentication. In the recent WhatsApp beta update, a passkey support code was discovered.
If you don’t know what a passkey is, let me clarify: a passkey enables users to sign into WhatsApp using Face ID, Touch ID, or the device’s passcode. The passkey is stored in the iCloud Keychain. Only iOS 16 or later versions support the passkey function.
There are many apps and websites that already support the passkey, and now WhatsApp is also going to support this soon. WABetaInfo has discovered a passkey code in the latest version of WhatsApp for iPhone.
According to Apple, “Passkeys are more secure than passwords because they’re uniquely generated for every account by your own device and are less vulnerable to phishing. And they work on all your devices that are signed in to the same Apple ID.”
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