This is how attackers were able to spread spyware through WhatsApp with just a phone call

Earlier this week, it was reported that a vulnerability in Facebook's popular WhatsApp messaging service made it possible for attackers to spread spyware to smartphones via phone calls made through the app....

[I]ntruders exploited the buffer-overflow bug through the app's phone-call function to install spyware on smartphones without the phones' owners knowing, the Financial Times reported. The exploit would work even if the victim did not answer the call, the report said.

To understand how this is possible, it helps to know how WhatsApp's calling functionality works. Like many popular messaging apps....

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