If you receive a message to update the Whatsapp to Whatsapp Gold, do not click!!!!! WhatsApp new Virus or scam 4. The message asks that you pass on the information to others so that they can avoid the threat as well. We hope you found the article useful. So do not bother sharing or scaring yourself. Highlights: There is a hoax message circulating on WhatsApp The message warns users to not open a video called Martinelli, which is a virus WhatsApp is one of the most popular online messaging apps and an old fake message is again being circulated on the platform. While the message about Martinelli video is false as reported by Factchecking website Snopes, it so turns out that the message about WhatsApp Gold is true. According to Sophos, you should avoid forwarding the message, and regularly read up on the latest WhatsApp scams.
Sophos tells users that if you receive a message from WhatsApp Gold do not pass it on or click into it but tells users to rest assured that there is no Martinelli video. Another popular scam message that often spreads across WhatsApp is the rumour the Facebook-owned is planning to introduce a new 99p subscription fee. An example of the warning can be seen below — If you know anyone using WhatsApp you might pass this on. Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Spread the word If you know anyone using WhatsApp you might pass this on. Your device will not get hacked or become infected with unfixable malware if you open a video named Martinelli; However, WhatsApp Gold and various other fake WhatsApp updates and upgrades are a real threat. They just announced that the virus is serious.
Pass it on to all. And it doesn't make any sense than it did before. These are scamsters at their best. Enter your phone and nothing you do will fix it. Additionally the phone number attached to some versions of the warning leads to India but appears not to reference a real phone number.
Download WhatsApp Gold link; Hello Dosto, Dosto is video mein, maine aapko btaya hai WhatsApp pr aae hue ek new virus k baare mein, agar aap WhatsApp use krte hai to aap is video ko jaroor dekhe, taaki aap kisi bhi virus se bach sake or aapka smartphone hack hone se bach jaae or aapka personal deta bhi leak na ho, to guys aap is video ko last tak dekhiyega mene is video mein two types ke virat massages ke baare me baat ki hai 1. The feature works in the following manner: When a user receives a message containing a link, WhatsApp will analyse the link to detect if it may redirect to a fake or alternative website. In some of the newest versions of the hoax, you are warned to avoid installing an update called WhatsApp Gold. The actual wording seems to vary, changing as it is passed around the internet. It turned out no such video exists. But the second part of the message about WhatsApp Gold is legitimate. WhatsApp new Virus or scam 4.
But the second part of the message about WhatsApp Gold is legitimate. As per a report by the Standard, the hoax message tricks users into downloading an enhanced, secret version of WhatsApp, called WhatsApp Gold. I say to you, I certainly get annoyed at the same time as other people think about concerns that they plainly do not realize about. Another, very similar version of the hoax warns WhatsApp users not to. Be wary of clicking on links embedded in messages that promise something extra. What does the message say? Email us at or call 0207 782 4368. WhatsApp users should be aware of a new scam doing the rounds on the successful messaging platform.
He has no malice, but he wants to sow chaos I say that it has no malice because it is harmless in the sense that it will not hack your mobile. Goes into your phone and nothing you do will fix it. Many people are passing on the message in a genuine effort to keep their friends and family safe. The upgrade supposedly offers new features, like the ability to send more than 100 pictures at once, make video calls, and delete messages. There is a video that will be released tomorrow on WhatsApp and is called Martinelli. What is Martinelli Video Massage? And let the person who sent it know that the message is a hoax. They got baddies, in the form of a non-WhatsApp website that told them to download malware nicknamed 'WhatsApp Gold'.
A video will be launched tomorrow in Whatsapp called Martinelli. In the wake of the WhatsApp Gold threat, valid warnings about the malware began to circulate across the web and throughout messages on the WhatsApp application. The video has a malware that causes irreparable damage to your smartphone, the message reads, and also asks you to forward it to your family and friends. Do not update to Whatsapp Gold the virus is serious. But it is a scam — allbeit a relatively harmless one — and there is no such video. They got baddies, in the form of a non-WhatsApp website that told them to download malware nicknamed 'WhatsApp Gold'. However, the warning is just another silly Whatsapp hack hoax.
However, the second half of the chain-mail message addresses WhatsApp Gold — an existing scam that has tried to trick users since 2016. WhatsApp is used by more and more users, so much so, that the bad guys take advantage to throw bullies and that the most innocent users fall into the trap. Since the WhatsApp Gold hoax started to spread, WhatsApp has actually added two of the three rumoured features. And although we have warned you on many occasions that you do not fall into the trap and that you distrust, there are still users who itch. There are no credible references to a security threat like the one described. WhatsApp Gold first hit headlines in 2016 when users started receiving messages about it. Effective warnings should accurately describe threats, where they will appear, how they work and how to avoid them, and of course the threats they describe should be real.
Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? The rumours are just the latest in a long string of useless hacker or virus warnings that circulate the interwebs every day. Since the WhatsApp Gold hoax started to spread, WhatsApp has actually added two of the three rumoured features. We can find no reports of genuine threats that relate to the poorly-worded warnings above. Spread the message if you know someone. They just announced that the virus is serious.