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Khushboo May 14
After all, Whatsapp is a Facebook product!😉
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The Questioning Koala May 15
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MichkaDaCoder May 15
update to save your life
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Onthefence May 15
Is the Saudi government buying spy tech from an Israeli firm more ironic than an Israeli firm selling it to them?
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Zack Muller May 14
WhatsApp urges users to upgrade app after reports of spyware attack update
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Sir Bumraaaah!!! May 14
Tell me Bigger scam than this
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TIMES NOW May 14
WhatsApp security breach: Top five facts you need to know and here's why you should be worried. |
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Amir Hassan May 14
WhatsApp got Pointed By the Hackers, Millions of users got affected by it just call to your whatsApp if it's miss or unanswered in both situation they inject encode malware to your account, get to escape by updating your wtsup, the new version.
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Meshal Malik May 14
With the whatsapp hack news breaking, was end-to-end encryption just a myth??
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Sameer Dadarkar May 14
discovered the vulnerability earlier this week and has issued a security advisory asking its users to update the app. The loophole allowed attackers simply to call a user and install the surveillance software even if the call was not picked up.
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TIMES NOW May 14
WhatsApp urges people to update the App after hackers were able to exploit a security flaw to install spyware on Android devices and iPhones. Athar Khan with the details. |
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Chris May 14
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Fortivus Strategy Consulting May 14
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Hacker Combat May 14
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AU TechTips May 14
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Edusoft  ITSPL May 15
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Ritik Banger May 15
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TIMES NOW May 14
| WhatsApp security breach: 1.5 billion users might be at risk, spyware installed remotely.
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Ronan Murphy May 14
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ℐℯṡṣⅈƈã May 14
“End-to-end encryption” sounds nice — but if anyone can get into your phone’s operating system, they will be able to read your messages without having to decrypt them.
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