If you are a user of WhatsApp or Bluejeans messaging applications, please stop what you are doing and ensure you are running the latest versions. Both of these platforms use an open-source library riddled with security holes.
On Monday of this week, JFrog Security discovered and reported five memory-corruption vulnerabilities in PJSIP, which supplies an API used by IP telephony applications such as voice-over-IP (VoIP) phones and conference apps.
If an attacker took advantage of even one of these vulnerabilities, they would remotely execute code on a target device.
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Incognito Privacy Care Team.