Critical security flaw in WhatsApp allows manipulation of messages

Critical security flaw in WhatsApp allows manipulation of messages

Critical security flaw in WhatsApp allows manipulation of messages

Security researchers at Checkpoint have revealed the existence of a critical security flaw in messaging platform WhatsApp that allows anyone to use specialised software to intercept and manipulate messages sent in both private and group conversations.

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