Careful! Bank account can be hacked through WhatsApp

Many smartphone users use their phones and the Internet to conduct financial transactions. While cellphones make banking more convenient, cyber criminals take advantage of this convenience. During the Corona crisis, online fraud has skyrocketed. As a result, it is critical to exercise caution when using cellphones and the Internet. Several incidents of fraud have also surfaced as a result of WhatsApp. As a result, it is advantageous to pay extra attention to specific items.

Keep these things in mind while doing banking WhatsApp:-
– Do not send your personal information, bank account details, debit or credit card or PIN number, Internet banking password through WhatsApp.
– Do not download a file sent on WhatsApp from an unknown or unknown number. If your mobile is lost, disable WhatsApp immediately.
– If you ask for your OTP on WhatsApp, don't answer it.
– When you sell your mobile to another person, permanently delete and restore factory settings and all other data in it.
– Don't trust WhatsApp a message that claims WhatsApp can connect to your PC and send messages from the desktop.
– Disabled automatic download option on WhatsApp.
– Do not use WhatsApp if your mobile is connected to an open WiFi network.

Meta-owned instant messaging platform WhatsApp has launched two new safety features 'Flash Calls' and 'Message Level Reporting' for users in India. Flash calls and message level reporting features will allow people to have better protection and control over the use of messaging apps.

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