Alert! Danger of New Year's Virus on WhatsApp

Amit Kumar Jha
Amit Kumar Jha 06/01/2020 14:49 IST
WhatsApp, crime, new virus, happy new year virus, virus

Users are being made a victim of WhatsApp New Years Virus scam. In this, users are given a link to a webpage

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Cases of online scams are continuously appearing on WhatsApp. A new scam case is coming out on WhatsApp, according to which users are being made victims of scams. This is New Year's Virus. In this, users are given a link to a webpage. Many attractive offers are given on this and the hackers provoke them to click on these links. WhatsApp's New Year's Virus: This virus contains a link to a webpage. These messages come with advertisements. In this, users have to give their personal details. They are asked to subscribe to some fake service. Usually these messages come with a greeting, which is necessary to click on the link given to read them. On clicking on such messages, the danger starts on the users. Do not click on this message: New Year's Virus is a dangerous scam. It steals the details of the users. To avoid this, do not click on any advertisement or message of New Year. Block whoever sends you such messages. WhatsApp bringing Disappearing Messages feature: This new feature was spotted in the latest beta version 2.19.275 of the app. In such a situation, it can be assumed that this feature will soon be seen in the stable version of WhatsApp. According to earlier reports, it was said that this feature should be made available in group chats including individual chats. But now some reports have claimed that this feature can be limited to group chats at the moment.

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