Alerting the UAE Cyber Security Council regarding WhatsApp messages and the X website
On Tuesday, October 3, 2023, an important warning was issued and alerted the UAE Cybersecurity Council regarding messages from WhatsApp and the former X Twitter website. These messages are suspicious, through which fraudsters are trying to control bank accounts and seize money.
Notifying the United Arab Emirates Cyber Security Council about messages sent on WhatsApp and the website X
The UAE Cybersecurity Council was warned about messages sent through WhatsApp and the website that once functioned as X Twitter on Tuesday, October 3, 2023, when a significant warning was published and distributed. These messages are dubious, and through them, con artists are attempting to grab control of bank accounts and make off with money.
The UAE Cyber Security Council warns of suspicious messages via text messages
The United Arab Emirates Cyber Security Council has issued a warning against suspicious threats sent over text texts, The Cyber Security Council issued a warning over the dissemination of potentially malicious messages via the WhatsApp program, SMS messages, and the social networking site known as "X" (which was formerly known as Twitter). Users are given the option to either join existing groups or be asked to click on anonymous links.
Cyber Security Council instructions to the public in the UAE to protect against hacking of their phones
Instructions given by the UAE Cyber Security Council to the general public on how to safeguard their mobile devices from being hacked, Before taking any action, the Cyber Security Council recommended to users that they exercise caution, that they not click on any links that they are unfamiliar with, and that they check the legitimacy of the communication with the senders.
The UAE Cyber Security Council explains new fraud methods via WhatsApp Wax
The United Arab Emirates Cyber Security Council provides an explanation of new scam techniques using WhatsApp Wax, According to the Cyber Security Council, some of the fraudulent methods include the hacker taking over the account of a known person who is among your contacts, the hacker sending you an invitation to join a group on WhatsApp or clicking on an anonymous link, the hacker including a link to the hack within the message, or the hacker inviting you to join the groups.
How to protect against phone hacking and fraud protection
How to defend yourself from fraud and keep your phone from being hacked, Avoid joining unknown groups on WhatsApp or other websites and applications, and do not click on links from unknown sources. Verify the identity of the sender by communicating directly with him before clicking on the links. The Cyber Security Council compiled a list of helpful hints to prevent individuals from falling prey to fraudulent schemes, the most important of which are as follows: do not join unknown groups on WhatsApp or other websites and applications; verify the identity of the sender by communicating directly with him before clicking on the links.