Department of Cybercrime warns fake WhatsApp message

Thursday, June 7, 2018

Department of Cybercrime warned against the danger of opening ‘unknown’ links sent to cell phones on WhatsApp, reports local daily Al-Anba Arabic newspaper.

According to report, source from the Department of Cybercrime warned that the latest trend is a message accompanied by a link sent to citizens and expatriates that he/she is wanted by law because of a lawsuit filed against them. ‘To know more please open the link below’. The department says beware of such messages.

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