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Tracked as CVE-2019-11932, the security flaw exists in the open source library named libpl_droidsonroids_gif.so, which is part of the android-gif-drawable package and is used by numerous Android applications when processing GIF files. WhatsApp for Android was one of the impacted applications and Facebook patched it recently with the release of version 2.19.244. However, many other […]

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What happens when spyware is developed not by underground malware coders, but by a serious IT firm? The result can be a nasty thing like FinSpy (also known as FinFisher), which has been developed and sold perfectly legally by Anglo-German company Gamma Group for quite some time now. Over the past year, we’ve detected this […]

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After working on its development since last year, WhatsApp has introduced a beta version of its digital payment feature on Android and iOS in India.

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