You can check the security of WhatsApp Web with an extension for Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge. The plugin, published by Goal, analyzes if the mail version is safe or if there is a possibility that the content has been tampered with by hackers. Verification is done by comparing the codes with the cloudy, and the company claims that it is unable to read user conversations. According to GoalO Code verification will also be available for firefox Coming soon.
The extension tells you if the WhatsappWeb is kept or not thanks to an icon added to the address bar of the browser. The colors indicate the messenger’s level of protection: green is harmless; orange suggests that an update may be needed or that another extension is interfering with scanning, and red indicates that there is a security issue. Find out how to install the extension below. Code verification to check the safety of WhatsappWeb.
Code Verify extension shows if WhatsApp Web is safe — Photo: Disclosure/WhatsApp
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Chrome extension for WhatsApp Web: the PC analyzes whether Messenger is safe — Photo: Reproduction/Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 2. Confirm the installation using the “Add extension” button;
Chrome extension for WhatsApp Web: Messenger code is scanned to verify security — Photo: Reproduction/Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 3. After installation, open the WhatsApp web and check the result of messenger safety rating on the extension button which will be added next to the address bar. In this example, the connection is secure;
The Code Verify extension shows if WhatsApp Web is safe — Photo: Reproduction/Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 4. Click the button to view more information about the security scan.
Google Chrome extensions: Code verification shows if WhatsApp Web is safe — Photo: Reproduction/Rodrigo Fernandes
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