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WhatsApp Security To Be Spotlighted At Black Hat Regional Conference
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4/14/2015 | 2:54:33 PM
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7/17/2014 | 3:58:43 AM
apy app
these kind of mobile spy apps could monitor messages.
I have used Mobile Spy to spy my boyfriend's phone to find the truth. Unlucky, he did do it.

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11/12/2013 | 2:27:34 PM
re: WhatsApp Security To Be Spotlighted At Black Hat Regional Conference
Sorry about that. Typo. Will be fixed shortly. :)
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11/12/2013 | 9:57:01 AM
re: WhatsApp Security To Be Spotlighted At Black Hat Regional Conference
You misspelled the researcher's name! It's J-A-I-M-E, not Jamie. Swap the M and the I. Please! :)

His name is in Spanish. So, it's hai-meh, not jay-mee.
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11/8/2013 | 9:13:10 AM
re: WhatsApp Security To Be Spotlighted At Black Hat Regional Conference
Thanks for the great article! I'll publish all the info, source code and some tutorials of my talk at Back Hat Sao Paulo. You can follow my twitter account @segofensiva to stay updated.


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