Facebook reports WhatsApp bug that could allow hackers to infect your phone via video file; update now
The bug has been patched in the latest versions of WhatsApp, and was reported to India's CERT-IN.
The news of the investment comes soon after a major security breach that took place last month on Facebook.
Facebook first disclosed the breach in late September and said it had fixed the issue soon after.
Last week, Facebook disclosed its worst-ever security breach, where login codes of 50 million users were stolen.
Facebook states that the hacker took advantage of three bugs in Facebook’s systems.
Accounts of close to 50 million Facebook users have been hacked. Are you one of them?
Facebook has reset the access tokens of almost 50 million accounts it knew were affected.
Facebook reported that nearly 50 million users' personal data had been compromised due to a vulnerability.
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Facebook has now introduced a new feature with which users will receive a notification that will alert them if the company believes that suspected attackers working in the interest of a nation-state have gained unauthorised access to their accounts.
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