WhatsApp has introduced a new portal today to have all of the app’s security disclosure in one place. Plus, it has also released a list of six previously undisclosed vulnerabilities that have been patched. These patches include fixes for bugs that allowed hackers to send unsolicited images through malicious stickers, and to execute code after the receiver answer a video call. The company said no users were impacted by these bugs. WhatsApp said this new page will help researchers to study WhatsApp‘s security architecture: This advisory page provides a comprehensive list of WhatsApp security updates and associated Common Vulnerabilities and…

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