Social media today has become such a haven where all kinds of people are creating fake messages and giving birth to rumors. Just a few days ago, a message was going viral about WhatsApp itself, in which it was being claimed that now red tick will appear in WhatsApp along with blue and red tick will mean that the government has control over your message and She is reading your message. Now another new message is going viral on WhatsApp, in which some numbers are being claimed that after receiving a missed call from these numbers, do not call on it, otherwise, the phone will be hacked and bank information will also be stolen. . Let us understand from cyber experts what is the truth of this message and is it possible to hack the phone by calling?
What is written in the viral message?
This message is being forwarded so much on WhatsApp that it has been tagged with Forwarded Many Times. The caption of this message is written in bold 'Very Very Urgent...'. Seven phone numbers are being given with this message, which is as follows.
Apart from these numbers, calls starting with +371, +375, +381 have also been denied.
New trick to get access to SIM card?
It is being said in the viral message that these are the numbers of hackers. First, they give you a missed call, and then when you call them back, in just 3 seconds your phone gets hacked and all the contact numbers present in your phone are copied by the hackers. Apart from this, if there is any information related to the bank account on your phone, then hackers will copy it too. It is also forbidden to press #90 and #09 during the call. It is written in the message that this is a new trick to get access to the SIM card so that someone else commits the crime and you are punished. Apart from this, if there is any information related to the bank account on your phone, then hackers will copy it too. It is also forbidden to press #90 and #09 during the call. It is written in the message that this is a new trick to get access to the SIM card so that someone else commits the crime and you are punished.
What do cyber experts say on this message?
To check this viral message, we sent this message to cyber law expert Umaid Meal. Umaid Mile told that this viral message is completely fake. It is not possible to hack someone's phone by calling. Umaid Miles also completely refuted the claim of copying data from someone calling him. So in our investigation, this message has been found to be completely fake. Therefore, you are requested that if you have also received any such message, then avoid spreading rumors by forwarding it to anyone.