A stack overflow in WhatsApp for Android prior to v22.214.171.124, WhatsApp Business for Android prior to v126.96.36.199, WhatsApp for iOS prior to v2.20.90, WhatsApp Business for iOS prior to v2.20.90, and WhatsApp for Portal prior to v188.8.131.52.505 could have allowed arbitrary code execution when parsing the contents of an RTP Extension header.
A buffer overflow in WhatsApp for Android prior to v2.20.130 and WhatsApp Business for Android prior to v2.20.46 could have allowed an out-of-bounds write when processing malformed local videos with E-AC-3 audio streams.
Media ContentProvider URIs used for opening attachments in other apps were generated sequentially prior to WhatsApp for Android v2.20.185, which could have allowed a malicious third party app chosen to open the file to guess the URIs for previously opened attachments until terminated.
A path validation issue in WhatsApp for iOS prior to v2.20.61 and WhatsApp Business for iOS prior to v2.20.61 could have allowed for directory traversal overwriting files when sending specially crafted docx, xlx, and pptx files as attachments to messages.
An issue when unzipping docx, pptx, and xlsx documents in WhatsApp for iOS prior to v2.20.61 and WhatsApp Business for iOS prior to v2.20.61 could have resulted in an out-of-memory denial of service. This issue would have required the receiver to explicitly open the attachment if it was received from a number not in the receiver's WhatsApp contacts.
A user running a quick search on a highly forwarded message on WhatsApp for Android from v2.20.108 to v2.20.140 or WhatsApp Business for Android from v2.20.35 to v2.20.49 could have been sent to the Google service over plain HTTP.
Receiving a large text message containing URLs in WhatsApp for iOS prior to v184.108.40.206 could have caused the application to freeze while processing the message.