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WhatsApp Gold is going to steal all your mobile data

Users of WhatsApp have been reported receiving messages in which users are urged to sign up for the service through the WhatsApp Gold Website. 

That’s why users of Whatsapp are being tricked into for downloading the apparently new version of the app.

Actually in the real world, Downloading the apparent version of the app will absolutely infect mobiles with malware.  

This process has been on since 2016, Where users of WhatsApp have been receiving such messages.

Users are invited to upgrade to the Whatsapp gold, WhatsApp gold offers to the users a bundle of extra features that include an ability to send over more than 100 pictures at once,

Video chats and the most useful feature delete the messages that you have already been sent.

Even though it has been seen that once the users click on the link, It is directed to a nasty website and then users are instructed to download a piece of Software which is nasty.

Over-here, The software infects the Mobile device and gives the capability to cybercriminals to steal the personal information along with tracking the Mobile activity and Movements.

Especially the users of Andriod mobile have been affected by these kinds of crooked messages.

Another ploy that is used in chainmail campaigns and that has been claimed from WhatsApp that it will charge you or deactivate that account.

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And it will take advantage of the users fear and also lack of knowledge of the cybersecurity.

But we will absolutely recommend the WhatsApp users they should be aware that warning like this kind can easily be understood with the poorly written messages.

This kind of messages is usually designed to irritate Mobile users. Should not be forwarded and should be immediately deleted.

We recommend you to download an app only from the Google Play Store or the App Store, Suppose if you are facing trouble with the new app, You should never install it in your Smartphone.

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