WhatsApp has recently fixed a new serious vulnerability that could allow attackers to remotely compromise target devices and steal secure chat messages and files stored within them, according to The Hacker News hacker attack your device and get all your secret hacker bacilli attack in network and IP address then get enter of your device.
Now WhatsApp is the largest social media platform where you can share and all your activates and status easily talk to anyone. WhatsApp launches the other category of business WhatsApp there you share your business links with others and promote your business through WhatsApp.
Although WhatsApp has not yet solved the problems surrounding the recent breakthrough, the world’s most famous messaging platform has found itself in trouble again.
Through WhatsApp group, we can share at a time so many people send massages videos and also share songs.
When virus and hacker attack your device and then you close your internet.
The vulnerability affects consumer and enterprise versions of WhatsApp on all major platforms, including Android from Google, iOS from Apple and Microsoft from Windows.
The vulnerability affects consumer and enterprise versions of WhatsApp on all major platforms, including Android from Google, iOS from Apple andMicrosoft from Windows. Vulnerable versions According to a consultation published by Facebook, the owner of the popular messaging app, the list of affected WhatsApp versions is as follows.
- Android versions prior to 2.19.274.
- IOS versions prior to 2.19.100.
- Enterprise client versions prior to 2.25.3.
- Windows Phone versions prior to 2.18.368.
- Android versions for business before 2.19.104.
- IOS versions for business before 2.19.100.
The scope, intensity and impact of the newly corrected vulnerability look similar to the recent WhatsApp VoIP connectivity. It is unclear whether the MP4 vulnerability was also exploited before Facebook learned about it and corrected it, but given that Facebook’s advice includes nothing but some basic technical information in its security guidelines, more information may appear later.