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  1. The hugely popular smartphone messaging service WhatsApp, acquired by Facebook for over $20 billion last year, has reportedly been found to be prone to hijacking without unlocking or knowing your device password, making its hundreds of Millions of users vulnerable to, not just hackers, but also non-technical people. This trick lets anyone surrounds you to get effectively control over your WhatsApp account. The attacker needs nothing more than a phone number of the target person and access to the target mobile phone for a few seconds, even if it is locked. Hacking Whatsapp account in such scenario is not hard for your friends and colleagues. This is not actually a loophole or vulnerability in WhatsApp, and rather it is just the way WhatsApp is designed and its account setup mechanism works. NOTE: Moreover, we aren’t encouraging users to hack others WhatsApp account, but the purpose of publishing this article is to warn and remind our readers that you should be extra careful to whom you lend your mobile phone and not to leave it unattended for longer durations with strangers around. The trick enables the offender to get full control over the victim’s WhatsApp account in no time and the most surprising part is that it independently works on all mobile platforms, including Android, Windows and Apple’s iOS. Here’s How to Hijack someone else’s WhatsApp Account? Below are the clear steps to hack the WhatsApp account on any Smartphones: Begin by setting up a WhatsApp account on a new mobile phone using the phone number of your target. During the setup process, WhatsApp will call the target’s phone number and will provide a PIN that needs to be entered for the authentication of the account. If you already have access to the victim’s phone, you can just answer the phone call and grab the code with no efforts. Even if the victim has a lock screen enabled on the phone, you can receive the phone call to get the secret PIN. Using this known and simple trick your colleagues can hijack your WhatsApp Account easily. The worst case is with iPhones: Things get even worse on iPhone if the users have configured their iPhones with Siri authentication for the lock screen, because all the contact details are available to access the Siri’s settings, effectively giving everyone access to their phone number without the need for a PIN. Thus, if you try to steal the account information of WhatsApp, without even having the phone number of the target user, you can just call your number from target’s phone using Siri. Just check the given video demonstration that explains the simple trick of taking control of anyone’s WhatsApp account. Source
  2. Salut, exista vreo metoda petru a spiona mesajele cuiva in whatsapp? Sau daca exista ceva gratuit
  3. Salut, am g?sit pe net ni?te programe de "spionat" telefonul, in general whatsapp... ?ti?i ceva gratis ? Si sa nu fie nevoie sa am acces la Telu persoanei?
  4. Dup? o lung? perioad? de specula?ii, creatorii WhatsApp au introdus în sfâr?it posibilitatea efectu?rii de apeluri vocale folosind populara aplica?ie de chat. De aproximativ un an am început s? discut?m despre apeluri vocale introduse în WhatsApp, iar acum, acestea au devenit realitate. În teorie, func?ia este activ? pentru toat? lumea. În practic?, mai exist? câteva aspecte pe care trebuie s? le ave?i în vedere pentru a profita de ea. Pentru c? este foarte dificil s? propagi o func?ie nou? instant pentru to?i cei 700 de milioane de utilizatori WhatsApp, cel pu?in ini?ial, doar posesorii de terminale cu Android vor putea vorbi la telefon prin intermediul popularei aplica?ii. Mai mult decât atât, ace?tia din urm?, pentru a profita de apeluri VoIP, vor fi nevoi?i s? foloseasc? un smartphone sau o tablet? cu Android 5.0 sau Android 4.4 KitKat. De asemenea, versiunea de WhatsApp 2.11.531 este ?i ea obligatorie. În teorie, s-ar putea s? pute?i primi sau ini?ia apeluri ?i cu versiunea 2.11.528, dar acest aspect nu a fost confirmat. Dac? v? num?ra?i printre cei privilegia?i ?i pute?i vorbi la telefon folosind WhatsApp, ave?i în vedere faptul c? înainte de vorbi cu cineva pentru prima oar?, va trebui s?-l suna?i ?i s? v? a?tepta?i la un apel ratat. În acest mod, se activeaz? func?ia VoIP ?i pentru cel apelat. Ulterior, ar trebui s? nu mai întâmpina?i astfel de probleme. Sursa// WhatsApp v? permite s? efectua?i apeluri telefonice prin VoIP
  5. While WhatsApp is very reserved to its new calling feature, cyber scammers are targeting WhatsApp users across the world by circulating fake messages inviting users to activate the new 'WhatsApp calling feature for Android' that infects their smartphones with malicious apps. If you receive an invitation message from any of your friend saying, "Hey, I’m inviting you to try WhatsApp Free Voice Calling feature, click here to activate now —> http://WhatsappCalling.com", BEWARE! It is a Scam. The popular messaging app has begun rolling out its much-awaited Free Voice Calling feature — similar to other instant messaging apps like Skype and Viber — to Android users which allows users to make voice calls using Internet. However, for now, the free WhatsApp calling feature is invite-only and only appears to work for people running the latest version of WhatsApp app for Android on a Google Nexus 5 phone running the latest Android 5.0.1 Lollipop. HOW TO ENABLE WHATSAPP CALLING FEATURE Company has not announced the WhatsApp calling feature officially, but some users claim to have used it. The report broke two months ago, when a Reddit user (pradnesh07) from India reported that the WhatsApp calling feature was activated on his Android device after he received a WhatsApp voice call from a friend. The user also posted its image on the discussion forum. Because it’s invite only, what we all believe, Millions of users across the world are eagerly waiting to access the free voice calling feature on WhatsApp and searching over the Internet that How to enable WhatsApp calling feature for Android or iOS, and this is what scammers are taking advantage of. Cyber scammers have allegedly started circulating fake invitations containing malicious links through Social Media, phishing emails, WhatsApp messages and Scam websites in order to spread creepy malware and adware apps. Once users click on the link, they land to another website where they are asked to take a survey on behalf of WhatsApp. The survey forces users to download unknown applications and software that might contain malware. With more than 70 million users, WhatsApp is the widely popular and preferred chat service worldwide, both for us as well as scammers. LEARN HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF In order to protect yourself from 'WhatsApp calling feature' scam, you need to learn that at time of writing: WhatsApp calling feature feature is currently available for Android Lollipop 5.0 version and was successfully accessible via the new version 2.11.508 of the WhatsApp. WhatsApp calling feature feature is still in the beta version. WhatsApp calling feature is not available through Google Play Store, but can be downloaded only from the official WhatsApp website on INVITE. Source
  6. It's been a long time coming, but now the users of Firefox and Opera browsers don’t need to rely on the Chrome browser to access WhatsApp Web client, as the most popular smartphone messaging service has announced that the Web-based version of its service now works on Firefox and Opera web browsers too. WHATSAPP WEB AVAILABLE FOR OPERA & FIREFOX Almost a month ago, WhatsApp launched the web client of its service but the access was limited only to the Google Chrome users. Now, the company is giving more choices to desktop users by launching WhatsApp Web Today for Opera and Firefox browsers, though you’ll still have to wait a little long if you’re a Safari user. WhatsApp Web is nothing than an extension of the core mobile WhatsApp application. It syncs conversations from your smartphone devices to your PCs, with everything stored on the mobile device itself. HOW TO USE WHATSAPP ON PC/DESKTOP In order to install WhatsApp web in your PC or laptop running Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Opera browsers, you need to follow same steps, as the sign-up process is the same as with Chrome browser: Interested WhatsApp users simply need to open Chrome and navigate to WhatsApp Web A QR code will appear on the web page, which must be scanned using WhatsApp mobile application to activate the service. By scanning the QR code that appears, users will automatically have paired their mobile WhatsApp with the WhatsApp web client, as shown. For now, WhatsApp Web only works with Android, Windows Phone and BlackBerry devices, but unfortunately, iPhones still don't have the capability to scan the WhatsApp Web QR code because there's no web solution at this time for iOS users because of limitations of the platform. Currently, WhatsApp has 700 million users sending 30 billion messages per day, and is bigger than most of its competitors, including Facebook Messenger, Line and WeChat. Now, this new WhatsApp web client available for a wider range of browsers will definitely increase its market. Source
  7. A privacy hole in WhatsApp allowed anyone to view someone else's profile photo – even if a user had configured the mobile messenger app to only show their pic to their contacts. The privacy slip-up, which came with the debut of WhatsApp’s newly-introduced web interface at web.whatsapp.com, was discovered by 17-year-old security researcher Indrajeet Bhuyan. The service was designed to allow users to chat with WhatsApp contacts through a browser, potentially on a PC or laptop. Privacy settings applied on the mobile app were apparently not carried over onto the browser-based version of the technology, launched just days ago and only available through Google's Chrome browser. On the smartphone side, you can only use the functionality on Android, BlackBerry and Windows Mobile since there's no iOS version at this nascent stage. There's no suggestion that messages themselves were exposed. Only profile pictures were viewable to world+dog. A second issue, also discovered by the enterprisingly precocious Bhuyan, means that deleted photos are still viewable through the web client even though they appeared as blurred if deleted when accessed though mobile versions of the software. In both case you'd need to be logged in to see pictures in the trash, blurred or otherwise. This issue apparently stems from glitches in syncing functionality. It's unclear if and when the web version of WhatsApp will be updated to iron out these security glitches. WhatsApp recently introduced end-to-end encryption to better secure users’ messages, much to the chagrin of UK politicians such as David Cameron. Bhuyan, who had previously discovered a way to crash WhatsApp on users’ phones simply by sending a specially crafted message, has put together videos illustrating the ?WhatsApp web photo privacy bug? (here) and photo synch bug (here). Security veteran Graham Cluley said even though no sensitive data had actually been exposed, the teenager was right to call WhatsApp out on the latest issues he's managed to uncover. "Sure, it’s not the most serious privacy breach that has ever occurred, but that’s missing the point," Cluley explained in a blog post. "The fact of the matter is that WhatsApp users chose to keep their profile photos private, and their expectation is that WhatsApp will honour their choices and only allow their photos to be viewable by those who the user has approved." Source
  8. Last week, the most popular mobile messaging application WhatsApp finally arrived on the web — dubbed WhatsApp Web, but unfortunately it needs some improvements in its web version. An independent 17-year-old security researcher Indrajeet Bhuyan reported two security holes in the WhatsApp web client that in some way exposes its users’ privacy. Bhuyan called the first hole, WhatsApp photo privacy bug and the other WhatsApp Web Photo Sync Bug. Bhuyan is the same security researcher who reported us the vulnerability in the widely popular mobile messaging app which allowed anyone to remotely crash WhatsApp by sending a specially crafted message of just 2kb in size, resulting in the loss of conversations. Whatsapp Photo Privacy Bug According to him, the new version of WhatsApp Web allows us to view a user’s profile image even if we are not on the contact list of that user. Even if the user has set the profile image privacy setting to "Contacts Only," the profile picture can be viewed by out of contacts people as well. Basically, if we set the profile image privacy to Contacts Only, only the people in our contact list are able to view our profile picture, and nobody else. But, this is not in the case of WhatsApp Web. You can watch how this works in the video demonstration below: WhatsApp Web Photo Sync Bug The second security hole points out the WhatsApp Web Photo Syncing functionality. Bhuyan noticed that whenever a user deletes a photo that was sent via the mobile version of WhatsApp application, the photo appears blurred and can’t be viewed. However, the same photo, which has already been deleted by the user from mobile WhatsApp version, can be accessible by Whatsapp Web as the photo does not get deleted from its web client, revealing the fact that mobile and web clients of the service are not synced properly. You can also watch the video demonstration on this as well: This is no surprise, as WhatsApp Web introduced just a couple of days before and these small security and implementation flaws could be expected at this time, as well as some other bugs could also be revealed in the near future. However, the company will surely fix the issues and will definitely make its users’ messaging experience secure. As partnered with Open Whisper Systems, WhatsApp recently made end-to-end encryption a default feature on Android platform, stepping a way forward for the online privacy of its users around the world. -> Source: 17-Year-Old Found Bugs in WhatsApp Web and Mobile App - Hacker News
  9. Acum pute?i trimite mesaje prin WhatsApp direct de pe calculator. Anterior acest lucru nu era posibil decât cu mare chin, WhatsApp folosind un num?r de telefon pentru identificare. Faptul c? nu puteam vorbi pe WhatsApp de pe calculator este principalul motiv care m-a f?cut în ultimele luni s? renun? complet la el în favoarea Facebook Messenger, care este la fel de bun, de rapid, de dotat ?i în plus pot începe o discu?ie pe PC ?i o pot continua de pe telefon ?i invers, or eu fix de asta aveam nevoie. Mi se p?rea stupid s? scriu pe ecranul telefonului de?i eram în fa?a unui calculator. WhatsApp pe PC func?ioneaz? în browserul Chrome. Merge?i la web.whatsapp.com, deschide?i aplica?ia WhatsApp din telefon, intra?i în Meniu – WhatsApp Web ?i scana?i codul QR de pe ecran. Astfel se va realiza o conexiune între browser ?i telefonul t?u, cuplându-le pentru o comunica?ie integrat?. Tot telefonul t?u este cel care trimite mesaje ?i trebuie s?-l ai conectat la net, dar le po?i scrie din browser. Eu nu am înc? noua versiune de WhatsApp care include acea op?iune în meniu. Probabil c? update-ul prin Google Play este lansat progresiv. Pentru iPhone nu va exista aceast? posibilitate, este doar pentru Android, chestie de permisiuni. Detalii suplimentare g?si?i pe blogul oficial. Sursa Ca o adaugire, personal, consider ca aceasta metoda de a te loga reprezinta un risc de securitate enorm pentru contul de WhatsApp. Cineva rau intentionat, poate face rapid un print-screen sau poza imaginii QR, cu care se poate loga apoi pe contul tau.
  10. PHP Script to send and receive messages on WhatsApp I have been reading many tutorials for sending and receiving WhatsApp Messages via PHP but there is not a single Article Which explains properly with Steps that How To retrieve Your WhatsApp password Which is created and Stored when you create a WhatsApp Account on the WhatsApp Server which is the main Challenge as of now in other Articles. Thanks To this tool Which has Made 50% of the work Easy. https://github.com/shirioko/WART Okay So we will Quickly go through the Steps for WhatsApp Registration Tool : Go To the link https://github.com/shirioko/WART Download The Whole project by Clicking Clone to Desktop Run the WART-1.7.3.0 Exe File WART Enter Phone Number with Country Code (e.g. India Number : 91xxxxxxxxxx) P.s. Do not put any Special Symbol like (+91) for India Click on Request Code and You will Receive a Code from WhatsApp on the Entered Mobile Number. Now Verify that Code in 2nd Step and That’s it . You are here . Your password will Appear. P.s. Do not Share your password with Anyone Because it Can be used in loop for any Kind of messages. okay Now we are done with 50% of the task . Now we need to write the php Script Which will Send Messages to WhatsApp Registered Number. You will need 2 things for Sending Messages to WhatsApp through PHP : Username (WHICH IS YOUR MOBILE NUMBER WITH COUNTRY CODE) : 91xxxxxxxxxxx Password (Which You got From The WART.EXE TOOL Alright Sparky Lets Get this Done….. <?php require_once ‘./src/whatsprot.class.php’; $username = “919xxxxxxxxx”; //Mobile Phone prefixed with country code so for india it will be 91xxxxxxxx $password = “your password”; $w = new WhatsProt($username, 0, “Mayank Grover Blog”, true); //Name your application by replacing “WhatsApp Messaging” $w->connect(); $w->loginWithPassword($password); $target = ’91xxxxxxxxxxx’; //Target Phone,reciever phone $message = ‘Hello User !! This is a Tutorial for sending messages via php to WhatsApp Account’; $w->SendPresenceSubscription($target); //Let us first send presence to user $w->sendMessage($target,$message ); // Send Message echo “Message Sent Successfully”; ?> So Everything is Quite Clear in the above Script i.e. You need to set your Application Details Username as Mobile Number password Which you got from WART Tool Target as your Target Mobile Number and Lastly The message(Plain Text Which you need to send). Okay Now I know many Questions are Coming in your mind. In first line Require src/whatsprot.class.php What is This. ??? You Need to Download the WhatsApi from this Link . There You Will find the src directory with all the source files. Can we only Send Plain Text messages Or media like Images and Videos??? Yes we can send media file Also. So Next I will be writing php script to send Media file To any WhatsApp Account. SOURCE
  11. The most popular smartphone messaging service WhatsApp is now able to communicate with friends from their PC. No Rumours at all !! Enjoy WhatsApp from your desktop from now on. Last month, it was leaked that Whatsapp was working on a web client and finally from today they are introducing it to the public. The feature is called "WhatsApp Web," which gives its users the ability to read and send messages directly from their web browsers. Interested WhatsApp users simply need to open Chrome and navigate to WhatsApp Web in order to get started. A QR code will appear on the web page, which must be scanned using WhatsApp mobile application to activate the service. WhatsApp Web requires that you install and run the latest version of the Android app on your phone. The feature currently works on Android, Windows Phone, and BlackBerry, but unfortunately, there's no web solution at this time for iOS users because of limitations of the platform. "Today, for the first time, millions of you will have the ability to use WhatsApp on your web browser," WhatsApp wrote in a blog post. "Our web client is simply an extension of your phone: The web browser mirrors conversations and messages from your mobile device — this means all of your messages still live on your phone." Mediafire | WhatsApp 2.11.498 sau update de pe Aptoide Source
  12. Several reports from the popular news websites had suggested that WhatsApp, the widely popular messaging application, is working on a new version of its instant messaging client, called WhatsApp PLUS, in order to provide its users a lot of handy new features. However the news seems to be completely fake!! WhatsApp Plus has already been launched a long ago and is not at all genuine as it is not associated with the Facebook-owned WhatsApp. Many users claimed to have already used WhatsApp Plus before. The latest news reports insist that WhatsApp Plus will bring 700 new themes and more number of emoticons, as well as will provide users with an option to change the font, and color among other things in an attempt to make the app look and feel more personalized. Moreover, the app will provide better privacy compared to the existing one. But, here you need to have a second thought. If we talk about better privacy, the only genuine report about WhatsApp came late last year, when WhatsApp partnered with Open Whisper Systems, a collaborative open source project to offer end-to-end encryption in its Android client. But, that was also with the same label, WhatsApp. The domain of WhatsApp Plus wasn't registered by WhatsApp, Inc, according to the Whois information of the alleged Whatsapp website. In order to find links to shady websites, BGR reports that they decompiled the WhatsApp Plus APK file circulating around the web, which revealed that the "app is communicating with illegitimate sources." Beware those who find the app genuine and interesting to download. There are many fake and malicious messaging apps that trick users to download and install, what could potentially be a malware. WhatsApp Plus is also not a genuine, but an effort by unauthorised websites to trick people into downloading it. We will strongly advise people to not download WhatsApp Plus, or any app that claims to be a new rather different version of WhatsApp. It has been confirmed that WhatsApp hasn’t launched any such app. The app could be a malware that can trouble your phone and downloading an alternative, would be laying your privacy and security at risk. Source
  13. A Vulnerability has been discovered in the wildly popular messaging app WhatsApp, which allows anyone to remotely crash WhatsApp just by sending a specially crafted message, two security researchers reported ‘The Hacker News’. Two India based independent security researchers, Indrajeet Bhuyan and Saurav Kar, both 17-year old teenagers demonstrated the WhatsApp Message Handler vulnerability to one of our security analyst. In a video demonstration, they showed that by sending a 2000 words (2kb in size) message in special character set can crash the receiver's app. The worried impact of the vulnerability is that the user who received the specially crafted message will have to delete his/her whole conversation and start a fresh chat, because opening the message keeps on crashing WhatsApp unless the chat is deleted completely. "What makes it more serious is that one needs to delete entire chat with the person they are chatting to in order to get back whatsapp work in normal," Bhuyan told THN in an e-mail. According to the duo, the reported vulnerability has been tested and successfully works on most of the versions of Android Operating system including Jellybean, Kitkat, and all the below android versions. Similarly, Any member of your WhatsApp group could intentionally send a specially crafted message to exit people from the group and delete the group. Also, for example, if I don’t want someone to keep records of my chat with them, then I can also send the same message exploit to the person. The vulnerability has not been tested on iOS, but it is sure that all versions of WhatsApp including 2.11.431 and 2.11.432 are affected with this bug. Also the attack does not work on Windows 8.1. They have also provided the Proof-of-Concept (PoC) video for the attack, users can watch above. WhatsApp, bought by Facebook for $19 billion in February this year, has 600 Million users as of October 2014, and according to the researchers, an estimated number of users affected by the vulnerability could be 500 Million. WhatsApp was in news recently for making end-to-end encryption on all text messages as a default feature in an effort to boost the online privacy and security of its users around the world. The app maker describe this move as the "largest deployment of end-to-end encryption ever." Video --> Source
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