There are many hack tools available in the underbelly of the internet world with which one can easily hack into your WhatsApp account and monitor the messages you have been sending. To prevent invasion and crossing into your personal space, you need to learn few tricks. Would you be less vulenarable if you are using Dual Whatsapp on same phone? Well, I think no! Because the same rules applies for using two whatsapp as well.
- Locking the app
The app does not provide an interface to lock itself and prohibit external threats from entering the account. In this case, third party software can do the trick. Just go to your app store and download a popular 3rd party locking app. The settings in that app will allow you to lock down WhatsApp and its media files from other users. The persons invading your phone will not be able to access the media and messages even if they have your phone.
- Deleting media permanently
You might have noticed how it is difficult to erase media files from the media storage section of the app. For this, you have to seek professional advice from a 3rd party app to delete messages or media permanently from your phone’s internal memory. The professional tools like Dr.Fone for iOS can erase the data permanently from your physical memory or virtual cloud memory. Until and unless the media files are erased properly, they can be recovered by using efficient the software easily.
- IMEI invasion
It is very harmful to your phone when a person knows your IMEI number. Unraveling your IMEI number of the smart device will impose an immense threat to your privacy. To get that information, dialing *#06# will reveal within seconds. You will not be able to understand or track the blunder.
- Blocking unauthorized installations
Unauthorized installations often occur when you download an app from a unanimous source. The unverified source can install malware on your phone without your knowledge. This malware is directed to find the media files generated in the media section of WhatsApp. To block the installations, you need to visit your ‘Device Security’ section in the settings.
- Stop using unknown Wi-Fi connections
The urge to use free Wi-Fi can be very harmful. Hackers get the chance to intrude in your phone and find your personal space. By connecting with the unknown internet source, you are inviting the cyber criminals to check your mobile with the use of hacking tools.
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