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WhatsApp: A dangerous malware is spreading rapidly among Android users

WhatsApp is already in controversy over its new privacy policy. Now information about a dangerous WhatsApp message has come out, which is ta

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WhatsApp: A dangerous malware is spreading rapidly among Android users

  • WhatsApp is already in controversy over its new privacy policy. Now information about a dangerous WhatsApp message has come out. Which is targeting Android users. Actually, this dangerous message installs 'Worm' in your phone and also contacts you The information has been given by the security researcher Lukas Stefanko of the tech security firm ESET. Stefanko has called this malware an Android worm. It uploads adware to you phone and then spreads itself by sending WhatsApp message to your contact

It is installed in your phone when you click on this dangerous message received. It is written in this message that download this app and win a new mobile phone. Many users click on such messages.

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As soon as you click on this link, it takes you to a website that looks like a Google Play store. After this a message is written to install this software, which looks like Huawei Mobile App. After it is installed on your device, it asks for notification access.

This WhatsApp malware is designed in such a way that it can use the quick reply feature of the app. Using this, this malware replicates your contacts in the same spam received message and you are not even aware of it. The front contact can also click on it with full confidence due to the message received through you. This is the reason for its spread.Let me tell you that you should stay away from any such suspicious message. Because at present, this message is being sent to your phone only for the purpose of earning money by showing advertisements. But Stefanko believes that this scam can be used to send even more dangerous messages. Which can also damage your privacy and bank account.

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