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Exploit in WhatsApp allows voice calls to inject spyware

WhatsApp has just revealed details regarding a vulnerability that had let spyware be injected into a target device simply by getting voice calls. Both Android and iOS devices with the app are affected by this,  and does not require that the recipient to actually answer the call to be infected.

In case you’re wondering why WhatsApp is mentioning this at all, it’s because it’s fixed the problem, with the fix rolled out on 13 May 2019. Chances are, you probably were not even affected. Israel-based NSO Group, a firm that provides spyware to the government, is said to be behind the code to exploit the vulnerability. In any case, be sure to exercise due diligence and ensure that your WhatsApp is at its latest version.

Source: Financial Times

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