Warning over WhatsApp scam which allows criminals to access your messages – Mirror Online

Victims get a message seemingly from a buddy which states: “Hello, sorry, I sent you a 6-digit code by error, can you pass it to me please?”Hackers send out a text message from WA with a verification code, then a WhatsApp text from someone you understand stating they desperately require the code.”Anybody who gets a message out of the blue with a one-time

PIN code must be incredibly careful due to the fact that this is how the attack begins.” Following the invoice of the unanticipated OTP code, the hacker will send the

victim a direct message declaring to be their buddy or contact. They will then ask to be forwarded the code by declaring to have wrongly sent it to them.

Victims get a message apparently from a friend which specifies: “Hello, sorry, I sent you a 6-digit code by mistake, can you pass it to me please?”Hackers send out a text message from WA with a verification code, then a WhatsApp text from someone you know saying they desperately require the code. They will then ask to be forwarded the code by claiming to have actually mistakenly sent it to them.

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