Even with the two-factor authentication, you might want to reconsider your password strength
There was news last month about WhatsApp messenger being hacked. Updated versions of WhatsApp were released by the company. A spyware software called Pegasus owned a private Israeli company NSO Group was reported to have taken advantage of WhatsApp’s voice call function to carry out the attack.
WhatsApp also that time admitted to the breach. “The attack has all the hallmarks of a private company known to work with governments to deliver spyware that reportedly takes over the functions of mobile phone operating systems. We have briefed a number of human rights organizations to share the information we can, and to work with them to notify civil society,” Financial Times had reported.
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