Now you can password-protect your Paytm wallet

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India’s Paytm is making its digital wallet more secure for users. 

The company said Thursday it is introducing an app-level password feature for Paytm wallet. Once enabled, a user will be required to enter the passcode before they can access Paytm wallet and send money. 

The feature, available exclusively on the Android app for now, requires a user to first turn on the bare minimum security on their phone, and then update the Paytm app. Once done, the app would prompt the user to add a password, or pin, or pattern or use fingerprint. It’s an optional security feature. Read more…

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Source: Mashable

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