How WhatsApp Makes Money?

The best things in life are free, and WhatsApp has striven to stay one of them. Read more

WikiLeaks, CIA, Here’s What’s Going On

WikiLeaks published a large cache of documents stolen from the CIA related to hacking tools on Tuesday. The Wall Street Journal has confirmed their authenticity with an intelligence source. Read more

Change This Security Setting on WhatsApp Right Now

WhatsApp is implementing a new two-step verification process to boost security for users. Read more

WhatsApp Will Allow You To Track Your Group Members In Real-Time

WhatsApp? Plenty. Just the other day we told you that the messaging app was working on a couple of useful features on the beta version of its Android app. Read more

WhatsApp Backdoor Allows Snooping on Encrypted Messages

A security issue has been flagged in the hugely popular mobile messaging app WhatsApp that could allow for messages sent via the encrypted platform to be intercepted and read. Read more

WhatsApp WARNING: Hackers Are Sending Corrupt Excel Files That Can Steal Your Bank Account

WhatsApp users should be careful to avoid a new scam that attempts to steal your bank account login details. Read more

WhatsApp Security Warning: Experts Warn Users About Doing THIS With Popular Chat App

SECURITY EXPERTS have highlighted a number of issues with WhatsApp and warned users to “take extra caution” with the hugely-popular chat app. Read more

Don’t Let WhatsApp Coax You Into Sharing Your Data With Facebook

When WhatsApp, the messaging app, launched in 2009, it struck me as one of the most interesting innovations I’d seen in ages for two reasons. Read more

11 Tips EVERY Parent Should Teach Their Children To Make Sure They’re Safe Online

With September fast approaching, children are preparing to pack away their suncream and head back to school. Read more

WhatsApp Is Going To Share Your Phone Number With Facebook

Global messaging service WhatsApp says it will start sharing the phone numbers of its users with Facebook, its parent company. That means WhatsApp users could soon start seeing more targeted ads on Facebook — although not on the messaging service itself. Read more