In order to improve security measures, Japanese messaging app, Line has introduced a security upgrade which informs users when someone tries to access their account via its desktop app or Web-based store. This move is expected to help the users to keep their account secure and private as, recently, in Japan, police got complaints in which users accounts have gotten hacked by the third parties.
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This feature will send a notification when users log in to the Mac or Windows app, or the Web store or in case of unsuccessful attempts to log in. The mobile app can also help to log out the PC app when account is hacked by the third party and password can be changed after this.
Recently, it also added encrypted chat options to its messaging service for both iOS and Android versions. The company had also introduced a new camera app made for selfies, named B612, to take self shots with pre loaded filters.
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