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WhatsApp releases the new Code Verify Browser Extension to Authenticate Web version

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WhatsApp is announcing the new Browser Extension Code Verify to Authenticate the Web Version. You must be using it to stay connected with your friends and family and it is one of the most popular instant messaging apps. Recently it has rolled out the new user interface for Contact Info for the iOS beta testers.

Now it is releasing the new Browser Extension Code verify to authenticate Web version. Today I am explaining to you about WhatsApp’s new Browser Extension. You have to read this post till the end to know more about the Code Verify Browser Extension.

WhatsApp new Code Verify Extension to verify Web version

WhatsApp has released a new Extension that adds an extra security layer to the Web app. It has released the new Browser Extension called Code Verify that adds an extra layer of security to the Web app. The new Code Verify is a very important web browser extension that adds another layer of security. It automatically detects and verifies the authenticity of the WhatsApp Web code you are using on the browser and confirms that it is an authentic and untampered version.

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It automatically starts detecting and confirms the Web Code authentic and untampered version when you install the code verify. When the extension successfully verifies the WhatsApp Web code authentication and confirms that you are using the authentic version of WhatsApp Web that means your Web Version has not been modified by hackers, Scammer, Scripts, etc. The new Code Verify Browser Extension is available on Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, and Mozilla Firefox browsers.

How WhatsApp new Extension Works?

WhatsApp new Extension to authentication Web Version, Image Credit: WhatsApp
WhatsApp new Extension to authentication Web Version, Image Credit: WhatsApp

The new extension will automatically run when the users start using the WhatsApp Web once they installed the extension. The new Code Verify Extension doesn’t log data, metadata and user message or data and it doesn’t  share any information with WhatsApp and its parent company Meta. According to the Company Whats will show when you use the new Code Verify extension:

  • If the WhatsApp Web code is fully validates, the Code Verify icon in the browser will appear green.
  • If the Code Verify icon appears orange, it means that you need to refresh your page or another browser extension is interfering with Code Verify. In this instance, Code Verify will recommend that you pause your other browser extensions.
  • If the Code Verify icon appears red, it will indicate that there is a possible security issue with the WhatsApp Web code you’re being served.

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