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WhatsApp vulnerability left iOS open to spyware attack

AppleInsider Tuesday, 14 May 2019 ()
Facebook-owned WhatsApp on Monday disclosed the recent fix of a VoIP-related vulnerability that allowed nefarious parties to remotely install spyware on both iOS and Android handsets.
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