A new WhatsApp scam employs social engineering tactics and dangles false promises of free Netflix subscriptions to trick users into spreading the malware.
The WhatsApp Web client is now vulnerable to a vCard-led attack, according to researchers. How can users patch the vulnerability and avoid the issue?
If a WhatsApp user's phone gets stolen, it wouldn't be hard to get access to a security code that would let third parties access and take over accounts.
A limited-time WhatsApp calling feature offer is actually a cybercriminal scam that works to trick unsuspecting users into downloading malware.
Researchers say a WhatsApp vulnerability could make it easy to cause a remote crash on a victim's smartphone if a certain message is sent.
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