WhatsApp has fixed a vulnerability in the app’s calling feature that allowed cybercriminals to inject spyware on people phones, a media report has said. The spyware, called Pegasus, was developed by Israeli company NSO Group that licenses its products to governments to fight terrorism and crime. According to The Financial Times, which first reported the development, the spyware could be installed on iPhones as well as on Android devices; all an attacker has to do is make a WhatsApp call to the target.
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