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Critical Telegram Flaw Under Attack Disguised Malware As Benign Images
13th Feb 2018 [11 days ago] from www.topix.com
Makers of the Telegram instant messenger have fixed a critical vulnerability that hackers were actively exploiting to install malware on users computers, researchers said Tuesday. The flaw, which resided in the Windows version of the messaging app, allowed attackers to disguise the names of attached files, researchers from security firm Kaspersky Lab said in a blog post .

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