Panne Facebook, WhatsApp : s’agit-il d’un problème DNS ? décryptage par les experts DNS d’Infoblox

La panne géante mondiale de Facebook, WhatsApp et Instagram d’hier a été une première par son ampleur. Alors que les utilisateurs ont immédiatement commencé à spéculer sur la cause sur les autres réseaux sociaux, Facebook avait confirmé hier soir qu’il s’agissait d’un problème réseau. The post Panne Facebook, WhatsApp : s’agit-il d’un problème DNS ? […]

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Facebook, WhatsApp, and Instagram are down worldwide, it’s panic online

Users worldwide are experiencing problems while accessing Facebook services, including Instagram and WhatsApp. Users worldwide are not able to access Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp services due to a BGP problems. Users attempting to visit the above services are displaying “DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NXDOMAIN.” The mobile applications of the social network giant and its Tor hidden services are also […]

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EMS announces fully managed bridge with WhatsApp, keeps an audit trail of conversation

EMS now offers a fully managed WhatsApp Bridging service (powered by Tulir’s open source mautrix-whatsapp bridge). Element gives a company a powerful end-to-end encrypted collaboration and messaging platform, and one that interoperates with WhatsApp to help transition the workforce from the Wild West of free consumer apps. The fully managed WhatsApp Bridging service allows EMS […]

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Commentaire de Kaspersky sur le cryptage de bout-en-bout de WhatsApp

Une enquête de la rédaction américaine indépendante dédiée au journalisme d’investigation ProPublica revient sur le travail des modérateurs de l’application de messagerie WhatsApp à travers son article intitulé « Comment Facebook compromet la protection de la vie privée des 2 milliards d’utilisateurs de WhatsApp ». The post Commentaire de Kaspersky sur le cryptage de bout-en-bout […]

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WhatsApp fined €225M over GDPR issues

The Irish Data Protection Commission has fined WhatsApp €225 million over data sharing transparency for European Union users’ data with Facebook. The Irish Data Protection Commission has fined WhatsApp €225 million for the lack of transparency on how it shares European Union users’ data with Facebook companies. The instant messaging company violated the actual General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). […]

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WhatsApp CVE-2020-1910 bug could have led to user data exposure

The now-fixed CVE-2020-1910 vulnerability in WhatApp ‘s image filter feature could have exposed user data to remote attackers. A high-severity security vulnerability in WhatApp’s image filter feature, tracked as CVE-2020-1910, could have been exploited by attackers to read sensitive information from the app’s memory by simply sending a specially crafted image over the messaging app […]

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