WhatsApp to get edit button, undo messages and other features soon

WhatsApp is developing lots of new new features. Recently, the messaging software was observed testing three critical features: the Undo button, the option to modify text messages, and the double verification tool. The features are presently being tested, and none have been included in the final version. Interestingly, Apple outdid WhatsApp by introducing the ability to modify texts in iMessage. The functionality was announced about the same time that WhatsApp was seen working on it. Wabetainfo, which monitors all WhatsApp-related developments, revealed that WhatsApp may soon allow users to modify…

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Government issues high-risk warning for Google Chrome, Mozilla users in India

The Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) of the Indian government has identified many vulnerabilities in Chrome and certain Mozilla products. According to CERT-In, these vulnerabilities allowed hackers to access all of the users’ data and even execute arbitrary code by circumventing all security protections. CERT-In rated the vulnerabilities as ‘high’ risk since they affected Chrome OS versions prior to 96.0.4664.209. It has vulnerabilities identified by Google as CVE-2021-43527, CVE-2022-1489, CVE-2022-1633, CVE-2022-1636, CVE-2022-1859, CVE-2022-1867, and CVE-2022-23308. The tech titan acknowledged the problems and stated that they had been resolved. To avoid…

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SaaS startup Kissflow leans on new low-code platform

Kissflow, a software-as-a-service company, announced on Tuesday that it is aiming for the $50 billion integrated work platform market with the launch of its unified low-code/no-code platform, which it claims would help organisations accelerate digital transformation. According to the company, the platform would unify the whole spectrum of task management for users ranging from end-users to teams, team managers, process specialists, citizen developers, and IT developers. “This is a long game for us,” Suresh Sambandam, CEO, Kissflow said. “So we are really looking at anywhere between three to five years,…

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BetterPlace acquires EzeDox in an all-cash deal

BetterPlace, a full-stack tech platform for frontline staff management, has announced the purchase of EzeDox, a no-code workflow builder platform, for an undisclosed sum. BetterPlace has consolidated its leadership position as the largest and only full-stack tech provider in the Indian frontline workforce management area, a $80 billion potential in India, with this acquisition. In its seed stage round, EzeDox was last valued at $2 million. BetterPlace will be able to automate and digitise its frontline personnel management procedures with EzeDox’s custom workflow builder capabilities from day one of operations….

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