In a new phishing campaign, thousands of WhatsApp users are receiving links through which a supposed pink version of WhatsApp is promoted, in addition to other poorly defined features. The
Mobile security risks seem to increase as we rely more on our smartphones for routine tasks such as communicating and organizing our work. A recent report published in Forbes by
Specialists at security firm Check Point detailed the finding of a new WhatsApp session hijacking attack in which threat actors employ a malicious app disguised as a legitimate Netflix tool.
The use of instant communication platforms increased considerably due to the pandemic isolation, which represented an ideal opportunity for cybercriminals to deploy ambitious hacking campaigns. One of the most recent
A recent security report details the detection of a new malware variant for Android devices deployed automatically via instant messaging platforms, mainly WhatsApp. According to Lukas Stefanko, author of the
Nowadays it is very easy to find unknown locations using GPS technology, Internet connection and a smartphone; unfortunately this has its disadvantages, mainly those related to user privacy. That’s why
After the upheaval generated by the update in the privacy and data sharing policy on WhatsApp, Facebook faces a new controversy due to a data breach that would have compromised
Talal Haj Bakry and Tommy Mysk, cybersecurity researchers, have published reports on some security risks that could occur in previews of links sent across all kinds of online platforms. According