How To Hack Whatsapp Using kali linux and QrlJacking

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How To Hack Whatsapp Using kali linux and QrlJacking

How To Hack Whatsapp Using kali linux and QrlJacking. WhatsApp Session Hijacking with QrlJacking-Framework What is QRLJacking? QRLJacking or Quick Response Code Login Jacking is a simple social engineering attack vector capable of session hijacking affecting all applications that rely on the “Login with QR code” feature as a secure way to login into accounts. In a nutshell, the victim scans the attacker’s QR code which results in session hijacking. Author Mohamed Abdelbasset Elnouby (@SymbianSyMoh) Information Security Researcher [Seekurity Labs] MaeBaset@Seekurity.com QrlJacking-Framework : https://github.com/OWASP/QRLJacking Qrljacking – OWASP https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Qrlja…

 

WhatsApp Messenger is a freeware and cross-platform instant messaging service for smartphones. It uses the Internet to make voice calls, one to one video calls; send text messages, images, GIF, videos, documents, user location, audio files, phone contacts and voice notes. using standard cellular mobile numbers. How To Hack Whatsapp Using kali linux and QrlJacking.

 

Originally users could only communicate with other users individually or in groups of individual users, but in September 2017 WhatsApp announced a forthcoming business platform which will enable companies to provide customer service to users at scale. All data are end-to-end encrypted. It also incorporates a feature called Status, which allows users to upload photos and videos to a 24-hours-lifetime feed that, by default, are visible to all contacts, similar to SnapchatFacebook and Instagram Stories. How To Hack Whatsapp Using kali linux and QrlJacking.

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