Fraudsters attack with packet notifications via SMS

Sandra Loyd

Unfortunately, the current, more severe epidemic than ever before has resulted in most stores being closed and we are forced to order if we want electronics, books, or anything that is in the grocery store , not available in drugstores. Fraudsters who bombard unsuspecting users in a text message also try to take advantage of this. if found suspicious, do not open it.

The National Investigation Bureau of the Standby Police is already investigating cases. The link in the SMS leads to a page decorated with the image minds of a courier company, and through it to an application, which, when downloaded, involuntarily forwards spam to users and allows unauthorized access to their data. Android users in particular are at risk.

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