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A Whatsapp hijack scam has resurfaced. Here's what you need to do to secure your account.
Social media usage has ballooned over the past month as billions have been forced into their homes by the COVID-19 pandemic. With the desire to communicate now only feasible through calls and texts, messenger apps, including Facebook-owned Whatsapp, have particularly seen a spike in
The messaging app is trying to put a stop to the spreading misinformation about the pandemic.
The messaging app WhatsApp has stated that it is going to limit the amount of messages users can forward to other people. This aims to prevent the spread of COVID-19-related misinformation, BBC reports.Facebook, the company that owns WhatsApp, stated that there has
Do it now!
If you haven't updated your WhatsApp yet, it's high-time you do it right this instant! With an estimated 1.5 billion users, the messaging app has recently urged everyone to update to its latest version. The alarming ask comes after a malicious security