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In May 2019 we stopped a highly sophisticated cyber attack that exploited our video calling system in order to send malware to the mobile devices of a number of WhatsApp users. The nature of the attack did not require targeted users to answer the calls they received. We quickly added new protections to our systems and issued an update to WhatsApp to help keep people safe. We are now taking additional action, based on what we have learned to date.

We sent a special WhatsApp message to approximately 1,400 users that we have reason to believe were impacted by this attack to directly inform them about what happened. Cyber security experts at the Citizen Lab, an academic research group based at the University of Toronto’s Munk School, volunteered to help us to learn more about the impact of this attack on civil society, including journalists and human rights defenders. The Citizen Lab has published information related to this specific attack here and remains available to provide support to this community.

WhatsApp cares deeply about the privacy and security of our users. Some of your most personal moments are shared on WhatsApp, which is why we provide end-to-end encryption for all messages and calls by default. This attack was developed to access messages after they were decrypted on an infected device, abusing in-app vulnerabilities and the operating systems that power our mobile phones.

We agree with UN Special Rapporteur for Freedom of Expression David Kaye’s call for a moratorium on these attacks. There must be strong legal oversight of cyber weapons like the one used in this attack to ensure they are not used to violate individual rights and freedoms people deserve wherever they are in the world. Human rights groups have documented a disturbing trend that such tools have been used to attack journalists and human rights defenders. Working with research experts at the Citizen Lab, we believe this attack targeted at least 100 members of civil society, which is an unmistakable pattern of abuse. This number may grow higher as more victims come forward. We are committed to doing all we can, working with industry partners, to protect our users and guard against these kinds of threats.

WhatsApp has also filed a complaint in U.S. court that attributes the attack to a spyware company called NSO Group and its parent company Q Cyber Technologies. The complaint alleges they violated both U.S. and California laws as well as the WhatsApp Terms of Service, which prohibits this type of abuse. This is the first time that an encrypted messaging provider is taking legal action against a private entity that has carried out this type of attack against its users. In our complaint we explain how NSO carried out this attack, including acknowledgement from an NSO employee that our steps to remediate the attack were effective. We are seeking a permanent injunction banning NSO from using our service.

You can read more about our views published here.

If you received a message from us and have additional questions about this incident, you can message the WhatsApp team directly and securely by opening WhatsApp Settings > Help > Contact Us.



منبع پاسخ: مرکز راهنمایی وب سایت واتساپ

In May 2019 we stopped a highly sophisticated cyber attack that exploited our video calling system in order to send malware to the mobile devices of a number of WhatsApp users. The nature of the attack did not require targeted users to answer the calls they received. We quickly added new protections to our systems and issued an update to WhatsApp to help keep people safe. We are now taking additional action, based on what we have learned to date.

We sent a special WhatsApp message to approximately 1,400 users that we have reason to believe were impacted by this attack to directly inform them about what happened. Cyber security experts at the Citizen Lab, an academic research group based at the University of Toronto’s Munk School, volunteered to help us to learn more about the impact of this attack on civil society, including journalists and human rights defenders. The Citizen Lab has published information related to this specific attack here and remains available to provide support to this community.

WhatsApp cares deeply about the privacy and security of our users. Some of your most personal moments are shared on WhatsApp, which is why we provide end-to-end encryption for all messages and calls by default. This attack was developed to access messages after they were decrypted on an infected device, abusing in-app vulnerabilities and the operating systems that power our mobile phones.

We agree with UN Special Rapporteur for Freedom of Expression David Kaye’s call for a moratorium on these attacks. There must be strong legal oversight of cyber weapons like the one used in this attack to ensure they are not used to violate individual rights and freedoms people deserve wherever they are in the world. Human rights groups have documented a disturbing trend that such tools have been used to attack journalists and human rights defenders. Working with research experts at the Citizen Lab, we believe this attack targeted at least 100 members of civil society, which is an unmistakable pattern of abuse. This number may grow higher as more victims come forward. We are committed to doing all we can, working with industry partners, to protect our users and guard against these kinds of threats.

WhatsApp has also filed a complaint in U.S. court that attributes the attack to a spyware company called NSO Group and its parent company Q Cyber Technologies. The complaint alleges they violated both U.S. and California laws as well as the WhatsApp Terms of Service, which prohibits this type of abuse. This is the first time that an encrypted messaging provider is taking legal action against a private entity that has carried out this type of attack against its users. In our complaint we explain how NSO carried out this attack, including acknowledgement from an NSO employee that our steps to remediate the attack were effective. We are seeking a permanent injunction banning NSO from using our service.

You can read more about our views published here.

If you received a message from us and have additional questions about this incident, you can message the WhatsApp team directly and securely by opening WhatsApp Settings > Help > Contact Us.



منبع پاسخ: مرکز راهنمایی وب سایت واتساپ

In May 2019 we stopped a highly sophisticated cyber attack that exploited our video calling system in order to send malware to the mobile devices of a number of WhatsApp users. The nature of the attack did not require targeted users to answer the calls they received. We quickly added new protections to our systems and issued an update to WhatsApp to help keep people safe. We are now taking additional action, based on what we have learned to date.

We sent a special WhatsApp message to approximately 1,400 users that we have reason to believe were impacted by this attack to directly inform them about what happened. Cyber security experts at the Citizen Lab, an academic research group based at the University of Toronto’s Munk School, volunteered to help us to learn more about the impact of this attack on civil society, including journalists and human rights defenders. The Citizen Lab has published information related to this specific attack here and remains available to provide support to this community.

WhatsApp cares deeply about the privacy and security of our users. Some of your most personal moments are shared on WhatsApp, which is why we provide end-to-end encryption for all messages and calls by default. This attack was developed to access messages after they were decrypted on an infected device, abusing in-app vulnerabilities and the operating systems that power our mobile phones.

We agree with UN Special Rapporteur for Freedom of Expression David Kaye’s call for a moratorium on these attacks. There must be strong legal oversight of cyber weapons like the one used in this attack to ensure they are not used to violate individual rights and freedoms people deserve wherever they are in the world. Human rights groups have documented a disturbing trend that such tools have been used to attack journalists and human rights defenders. Working with research experts at the Citizen Lab, we believe this attack targeted at least 100 members of civil society, which is an unmistakable pattern of abuse. This number may grow higher as more victims come forward. We are committed to doing all we can, working with industry partners, to protect our users and guard against these kinds of threats.

WhatsApp has also filed a complaint in U.S. court that attributes the attack to a spyware company called NSO Group and its parent company Q Cyber Technologies. The complaint alleges they violated both U.S. and California laws as well as the WhatsApp Terms of Service, which prohibits this type of abuse. This is the first time that an encrypted messaging provider is taking legal action against a private entity that has carried out this type of attack against its users. In our complaint we explain how NSO carried out this attack, including acknowledgement from an NSO employee that our steps to remediate the attack were effective. We are seeking a permanent injunction banning NSO from using our service.

You can read more about our views published here.

If you received a message from us and have additional questions about this incident, you can message the WhatsApp team directly and securely by opening WhatsApp Settings > Help > Contact Us.



منبع پاسخ: مرکز راهنمایی وب سایت واتساپ

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سلام خسته نباشید....من 17 سالمه کلاس سوم دبیرستان رشته ی ریاضی من یه دانش آموز متوسط رو بالام یعنی اگه کم کاری نکنم میتونم خیلی خوب درس بخونم و نمره های خوبی بگیریم و این کارو هم میکنم ولی یه مشکلی که دارم اینه که بی دقتم یعنی حتی اگه یه درسو خوب بخونم سر جلسه ی امتحان نمیدونم چی میشه بی دقتی میکنم اما امسال بی دقتی هام خیلی شدید تر شده همه چیزو میخونم ولی اونجا میبینی 2 رو 3 دیدم نه اینکه چشام ضعیف باشه ها نه از اون آدمایی هم نیستم که زیاد استرس داشته باشم و همه چی یادم بره اینا نیس مثلا تو امتحان هندسه واسه پیدا کردن x جواب پنجاه منهای شش رو به جای اینکه بنویسم 44 نوشتم 54 با اینکه تمام راه حل هام درست بود کلا 3 نمرم رفت یا مثلا 3.999 رو به جای اینکه بگم تقریبا 4 میشه نوشتم تقریبا 3 خب همه ی اینا رو بلدم ولی نمیدونم چی میشه اینجوری مینویسم تازه اون روز به مامانم میگم حالا خوبه که تو زبان فارسی و از این درسا عدد نیس که بی دقتی کنم و غلط بنویسم ولی اونروز تو امتحان زبان فارسی تو تعریف یه چیزی مفهوم جمله رو میدونستم چیه ولی نمیدونم چرا به جای باید نباید نوشنم به جای میتواند باشد نمیتواند نوشتم یه نمرم هم از اون جا رفت میدونین من واسه خاطر نمره درس نمیخونم ولی امسال که نهایی هستیم و تاثیر نهایی تو کنکور بیشتر از 25 درصده اگه من بازم از این بی دقتی ها بکنم که دیگه واویلاااا میبینی به خاطر چن تا عدد آیندم نابود میشه به نظرتون دارم خل میشم یا عقلمو از دست میدم؟؟؟؟
موقع تمرین حل کردن تو کلاس دوستم برمیگرده میگه چجور نوشتی میبینم راه حلم کلا درسته هااا ولی عدد رو ی چیز دیگه نوشتم
اوه اوه اونروز تو شیمی به جای 90 درصد نوشته بودم 83 درصد آخه 90 درصد کجا 83 درصد کجاااا دیدم درصد دو سه سوال قبل که حل کرده بودیمو گذاشتم!!!!
لطفا بگین مشکل من چیه؟؟؟ نه از اون آدمام که عاشق بشم و فکرم جای دیگه باشه نه از اونایی که همش اس ام اس بازیو اینا میکنه در حال حاضر دغدغه ی من فقط درسه دیگه نمیدونم چیکار باید بکنم حل یه تست یه ربع وقت میبره فقط به خاطر همون مشکل !!!!

خیلی میترسم لطفا یه راه حل پیشنهاد کنین که عملی باشه من بتونم مشکلمو رفع کنم....با تشکر



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