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We've seen multiple examples where criminal hackers illegally obtained vast sums of private data and abused technology to hurt people with their stolen information.
So as we’ve introduced more features – like video calling and Status – we’ve extended end-to-end encryption to these features as well.
If you and your contact are physically next to each other, one of you can scan the other's QR code or visually compare the 60-digit number.
Let your contact know that once they receive your code, they should write it down and then visually compare it to the 60-digit number that appears in the contact info screen under Encryption.These codes are unique to each chat and can be compared between people in each chat to verify that the messages you send to the chat are end-to-end encrypted.Security codes are just visible versions of the special key shared between you - and don't worry, it's not the actual key itself, that's always kept secret.While all of this happens behind the scenes, you can confirm your conversations are protected by checking the security verification code on your device.You can find more details about how this works in our white paper.All of this happens automatically: no need to turn on settings or set up special secret chats to secure your messages.Important: End-to-end encryption is always activated, provided all parties are using the latest version of Whats App. Each of your chats has its own security code used to verify that your calls and the messages you send to that chat are end-to-end encrypted.If your contact has recently reinstalled Whats App, or switched devices, we recommend you refresh the code by sending them a new message and then scanning the code.Learn more about security codes changing in this FAQ article.Before a message ever leaves your phone, it is secured with a cryptographic lock, and only the recipient has the keys.In addition, the keys change with every single message that is sent.