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Phishing is spreading via SMS, and police are also investigating the case

Phishing is spreading via SMS, and police are also investigating the case

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More and more people are reporting receiving an SMS that begins with “Your package has been received”. The SMS contains a link that, when clicked, opens a website reminiscent of FedEx parcel delivery service, which encourages the user to download a parcel tracking app.

However, after downloading the app, a phishing program was added to your phone. Allow cyber criminals to access personal data, even data stored in the netbank app. Then the program will redirect itself, infecting more phones.

a the policeAccording to a statement released on Wednesday, the Cybercrime Department of the National Reserve Police Bureau of Investigation (KR NNI) has already launched an investigation into the case. The police advise anyone receiving such SMS not to open the link or download the application.If you have already downloaded the app, reset your phone to factory settings, Which of course deletes all data from the phone, so it is a good idea to save it first. If for some reason this cannot be done, the police say you must install an antivirus program on the phone or seek expert help.

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