WhatsApp urges users upgrade after spyware attack
JERUSALEM — WhatsApp strongly urged all its users to upgrade to the latest version of the messaging app following reports that vulnerabilities could leave their phones open to spyware.
Credit: TomoNews US Duration: 01:18 Published 5 days ago
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