Another WhatsApp phishing attack
Only Pavel Durov published a post criticizing WhatsApp, after the anti-virus company Eset announced a mass phishing attack on the messenger.
After clicking on the link, a person gets to a fake site designed in the style of the original site and with a similar url-address.
On the site of the victim invited to fill out a questionnaire. After that, send an email to 30 contacts to activate the subscription.
While filling out the questionnaire, a notification pops up about the infection of the system. To close it, you need to click on the button “Accept”.
After that, the user is redirected on Google Play to install an anti-virus application that is actually designed to display ads.