WhatsApp Bug (Or Maybe A Feature) Leaks Users Numbers In Google Search

While WhatsApp is becoming popular for online businesses, especially amidst the global lockdown due to COVID-19, a glitch has raised

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NSO Group Disclose Facebook’s Secret Attempt To Buy Their Pegasus Spyware

Facebook and NSO have made it into the news due to a feud that has been going on for months.

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Many Private WhatsApp And Telegram Group Invite Links Are Appearing On Search Engines

A critical issue might have exposed your WhatsApp or Telegram group to the public. As discovered by a researcher, many

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WhatsApp Desktop Platform Security Flaw Allowed Access To Local File System

A researcher found numerous security flaws in the WhatsApp Desktop platform for both Windows and macOS. The vulnerabilities could allow

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WhatsApp Vulnerability Allows For an Attacker to Crash The App and Delete Group Chats

WhatsApp, once again, marginally escaped a serious security threat. As revealed, a WhatsApp vulnerability allowed an attacker to crash the

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Another WhatsApp Vulnerability Could Allow Installation of Spyware Through MP4 Videos

Sharing videos on WhatsApp is a cool feature. However, due to a bug, this feature could have become a security

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WhatsApp For Android Now Supports Fingerprint Lock

WhatsApp is a popular messenger among users, even after Facebook acquired it. From its ease of use to end-to-end encryption,

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WhatsApp Exploit POC Allows Attackers to Hijack Chat Sessions Via Malicious GIFs

Heads up WhatsApp users! If you haven’t updated your WhatsApp yet, you must do it now as a serious security

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WhatsApp Is Planning To Introduce ‘Disappearing Messages’ Soon

Whilst everyone may be familiar with the end-to-end encryption feature within WhatsApp, it now is stepping up to launch another

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WhatsApp Protocol Decryptor Tool Can Manipulate Your Conversations

Last year, researchers highlighted a WhatsApp vulnerability that can let an attacker alter users’ conversations. Despite disclosure, Facebook failed to

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