6:10AM Tuesday 14 May
Whatsapp has recently patched a severe vulnerability that was being exploited by attackers to remotely install surveillance malware on a few "selected" smartphones by simply calling the targeted phone numbers over Whatsapp audio call. Read More »
36 Days Ago WhatsApp appears to have been the inadvertent conduit for a surveillance campaign. Both WhatsApp and Israeli software developer NSO Group have confirmed that an exploit in WhatsApp's voice calling allowed attackers to load NSO's Pegasus spyware on t...
36 Days Ago A vulnerability discovered in Facebook’s WhatsApp messaging app is being exploited to inject commercial spyware onto Android and iOS phones by simply calling the target, reports The Financial Times.
36 Days Ago A WhatsApp vulnerability was discovered that allowed attackers to install government-grade spyware on phones running affected versions. The post WhatsApp vulnerability allowed installation of spyware on phones appeared first on Pocketnow.
36 Days Ago A WhatsApp vulnerability allowed attackers to remotely install spyware onto phones — by simply calling them. First reported by the Financial Times and confirmed by WhatsApp, the issue was discovered in early May and was promptly fixed by the company.
36 Days Ago Attacks used app's call function. Targets didn't have to answer to be infected.
36 Days Ago WhatsApp, the messaging app used by more than 1.5 billion worldwide, says it’s patched a critical security vulnerability which allowed attackers to secretly infect phones with malicious spyware by just calling phone numbers over an in-app audio call.
36 Days Ago WhatsApp has discovered a major vulnerability in its app that allowed spyware to be installed on a user’s phone through a WhatsApp voice call.Having
36 Days Ago Powerful spyware developed by Israeli cyber-intelligence company NSO Group exploited a vulnerability in encrypted messaging app WhatsApp to transfer itself to targeted devices, the Financial Times reported on Monday.