Facebook(NASDAQ: FB) Points Blame at Smartphone Vulnerabilities at Bezos HackingBloomberg at MSN.Com #Espa_Ol

Facebook(NASDAQ: FB) Points Blame at Smartphone Vulnerabilities at Bezos HackingBloomberg at MSN.Com #Espa_Ol

January 24, 2020 0 By NewsTakers

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The WhatsApp Inc. mobile-messaging application WhatsApp and the Facebook Inc. application are displayed along with other apps on an Apple Inc. iPhone in this arranged photograph taken in Hong Kong, China, on Thursday, Feb. 20, 2014.
Facebook, the worlds largest social network, agreed to acquire mobile-messaging startup WhatsApp Inc. for as much as $19 billion in cash and stock, seeking to expand its reach among users on mobile devices.
The hack of Amazon.com Inc. billionaire Jeff Bezos’s phone, allegedly via a WhatsApp message, brings to light potential security weaknesses in smartphone operating systems, Facebook Inc. vice president Nicola Mendelsohn said.
© Photographer: Bloomberg/Bloomberg
The WhatsApp Inc. mobile-messaging application WhatsApp and the Facebook Inc. application are displayed along with other apps on an Apple Inc. iPhone in this arranged photograph taken in Hong Kong, China, on Thursday, Feb. 20, 2014.
Facebook, the worlds largest social network, agreed to acquire mobile-messaging startup WhatsApp Inc. for as much as $19 billion in cash and stock, seeking to expand its reach among users on mobile devices.
Bezos’s iPhone may have been hacked after he received a message via Facebook’s WhatsApp messaging platform, from Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, according to a November 2019 report by FTI Consulting Inc., a business advisory firm, which was published by Vice.
The message included a 4.22 MB video.
Apple Inc. did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Mendelsohn, who helps run Facebook’s Europe, Middle East and Africa business, said that the company would take any allegations that its service was used in a hack very seriously and would look into it, but said the company couldn’t “comment on any individual story.”
NSO denied the claims in the lawsuit and said it would “vigorously fight them.”

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