Received a Link to Download ‘WhatsApp Pink’? Don’t Download & Install it

Received a Link to Download 'WhatsApp Pink'? Don't Download & Install it

Received a Link to Download ‘WhatsApp Pink’? Don’t Download & Install it

Hackers usually have a lot of imagination and use it to carry out several types of cyberattacks. If you received a link on your WhatsApp to download ‘WhatsApp Pink’, then beware, don’t open it, as it’s a scam.

If you are a victim of this type of attack, then let me clarify that hackers can easily steal your WhatsApp account and block access to your account as well.

WhatsApp Pink

This is basically a scam, and this time it is a link that has been shared that promises to turn the app into Pink through an app.

But, a security expert, Rajshekhar Rajaharia posted some tips on Twitter to get rid of this threat. According to him, if you have installed the app then you have to remove the app, “WhatsApp Pink” immediately from your device.

Moreover, if you are using WhatsApp on your web browser, via WhatsApp web, then you must clear the cache from the settings and check the permissions.

In recent times WhatsApp has been under fire not only in terms of security but also by users. In addition to the claims that have arisen because of the new privacy policy, WhatsApp has been exposed to serious security breaches.

WhatsApp in 2020 has surpassed two billion users on a global scale, and WhatsApp is one of the most used communications platforms in the world, although there are currently several alternatives like Telegram, Signal, Discord.

Apart from this, if you are also the victim of this link and received this link on your WhatsApp, then do not open that link; simply delete that message with that malicious link immediately from your device and WhatsApp.

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