IN order to improve security that is more powerful for the web version of the application, WhatsApp released the ‘Browser Extension’. This is to protect users who have recently been seen using the app a lot after the “multidevice” feature was launched in beta.
The presence of the beta application also seems to have received a warm welcome so that after launching multi-device support, there is an increase in the number of WhatsApp web logins. Finally, the Meta subsidiary chose to launch a ‘Browser Extension’ called ‘Code Verify’.
The add-on will later function to ensure the Web version of WhatsApp can be secure for “end-to-end” encryption. In general, the WhatsApp Web application is less resistant to cyber attacks, so additional security is needed.
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That browser extension is very simple. Its presence only compares the served hash code with the one uploaded to Cloudflare which is trusted and secure. If all is well, the extension will give the green light to continue the user’s conversation.(Ant/OL-5)