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WhatsApp informs Irish regulator of 'serious security vulnerability'

Reuters Tuesday, 14 May 2019 ()
Facebook's WhatsApp has informed its lead regulator in the European Union, Ireland's Data Protection Commissioner (DPC), of a serious security vulnerability on its platform, the DPC said on Tuesday.
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Facebook’s WhatsApp has informed its lead regulator in the European Union of a serious security vulnerability on its platform. Ireland’s Data Protection Commissioner said in a statement Monday that the vulnerability may have enabled a malicious actor to install unauthorized software and gain...

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