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WhatsApp messages and senders can be altered after you received them, say researchers

[2018-08-09 12:09:42]

Security researchers have discovered that it’s possible for hackers to change both the content and the sender of a WhatsApp message after you’ve received it …

WhatsApp messages and senders can be altered after you received them, say researchers


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