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Meet the shadowy security firm from Israel whose technology is believed to be at the heart of the massive WhatsApp hack (FB)

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Meet the shadowy security firm from Israel whose technology is believed to be at the heart of the massive WhatsApp hack (FB)· *A major security flaw in WhatsApp, a Facebook-owned messaging app used around the world, affects all 1.5 billion-plus users the Financial Times reported on Tuesday morning.*
· The hack is reportedly as simple as receiving a WhatsApp phone call — even if you don't pick up the call. A record of the call can even be remotely...
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News video: You Can't Tell Whether You've Been Infected By WhatsApp's Malware, But Here's A Hint

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A vulnerability in Facebook's WhatsApp messaging app made it possible for attackers to spread surveillance software to mobile devices through a phone call. The malicious software was developed by controversial security firm NSO Group. According to Business Insider, WhatsApp users can't check whether...

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