The Facebook-owned messaging service plans to roll out the feature to both iOS and Android users in the coming weeks.
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Your account won’t be deleted, but here's what you may want to be aware of if not even repeated reminders to accept the new policy do the trick
The malware sends automated replies to messages on WhatsApp and other major chat apps
An attacker can lock you out of the app using just your phone number and without requiring any action on your part
While chats are end-to-end encrypted, their backups are not – this may change soon
“Download This application and Win Mobile Phone”, reads the message attempting to trick users into downloading a fake Huawei app
Millions of people flock to Signal and Telegram as WhatsApp scrambles to assuage users' concerns
Many users have until February 8 to accept the new rules – or else lose access to the app
Can someone take control of your WhatsApp account by just knowing your phone number? We ran a small test to find out.
The fraudulent campaign is hosted by a domain that is home to yet more bogus offers pretending to come from other well-known brands
The scam circulated through WhatsApp aimed at users in Brazil claiming that Nike will give away the jersey that the team will wear at FIFA World Cup Russia 2018.
If there's one thing we should all have learnt from our years on the internet it should be this: once you say something somewhere, it's very hard to take it back and pretend it never happened.
You ultimately decide what links you click on, and whether you hand over your passwords and payment card details. Always think twice, because the wrong decision could prove costly.
ESET's Lucas Paus looks at a new WhatsApp scam that is making the rounds. The fraudsters behind it claim that users can get Netflix free for a year.
A WhatsApp 'security issue' has been identified, meaning third parties may be able to both intercept and read encrypted messages, according to new research.
The number of scams spreading through the messaging app WhatsApp keeps on increasing, reports Lucas Paus. And there's already a new one in 2017.
WhatsApp is to add encrypted video calling to its service on Monday, as it continues to bolsters security on the app.
Concerns over unprotected customer data sharing on WhatsApp and Facebook results in UK Information Commissioner threatening to enforce action.
Just when it seemed that the recent raft of WhatsApp scams were coming to a close, we have discovered a new one. This time it involves Burger King.
WhatsApp users will now benefit from more secure conversations, after the company announced it has turned on full end-to-end encryption.