There's no way to know for sure whether your smartphone was infected by the WhatsApp attack. But here are some signs you should look out for.
Tuesday, 14 May 2019 () · A vulnerability in Facebook's WhatsApp messaging app made it possible for attackers to spread surveillance software to mobile devices through a phone call.
· While WhatsApp users cannot check whether their device was affected, there are certain red flags users can spot that may indicate a mobile device is being manipulated...
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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