WhatsApp may be expiring for some users, but those folks without worries on that front still have something to worry about. Certain versions of the app are vulnerable to an exploit that installs spyware, developed by Israeli outfit NSO Group according to reports. And the nasty part is the penetration method -- WhatsApp can be infected with nothing more than a missed call.
Researches at Bluebox have revealed an Android security vulnerability that could allow attackers to take full control of almost any smartphone running Google’s Android operating system without the knowledge of the app store, the phone or the end user. The vulnerability has apparently been around since the release of Andriod 1.6 (Donut). So the weakness could possibly affect any Android phone relea...[Read More]