If you have a habit of clicking on every link in SMS or WhatsApp, be careful. Because in this age of technology, even fraudsters are adopting new methods of fraud. Yes, now a new fraud has been revealed where hackers are trying to steal money from people’s accounts by tracking the supply issue and sending a link in the message. So let us tell you all the details about this new fraud:
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People are being deceived by this message
A fake message package called Flubot is being shared in the UK as a delivery tracker. The content of this message is fake. The message claimed that it belonged to a distribution company. In this message, a link is provided to track package delivery. This fake message is providing a link asking users to install an app to track deliveries. This application does not provide any supply, rather this fake app steals data from your Android smartphone. This fake message steals important data like passwords, banking details and contact list from the smartphone.
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Do this to avoid cheating
Let us tell you that the National Cyber Security Center (NCSC) in the United Kingdom has issued a security guide to detect fake apps to prevent this malware. At the same time, network providers like Vodafone have warned people to avoid this fake message. Users who have downloaded this fake app should reset their smartphone as soon as possible which can save your data.