New Delhi: The Federal Cyber Security Agency has warned that fake Kovid-19 (COVID-19) vaccine registration SMS is being sent to the user’s data by making a dent in the Android phone. According to the agency, five types of harmful SMS have been detected. The Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) said in a public consultation issued on Saturday, “It has been reported that by sending fake SMS messages, it is being wrongly claimed that the app submitted by them for Kovid-19 vaccine in India. Registration can be done.
The consultation states, “A link comes with the SMS, by clicking on it, the suspicious app is installed in the Android phone. Then it automatically transmits the same information via SMS to the other phone number entered in the victim’s phone.” is. Also read: Corona Vaccination: India gets ahead of US and China in vaccination case, 17 crore people got vaccinated in 114 days
It is worth noting that CERT is a federal technical unit that investigates espionage, hacking and other similar online attacks to counter cyber attacks as well as protect the Indian cyber platform.
CERT said that this app gets unnecessary permission from which cyber attackers can capture user data such as phone calls. It was said in the consultation that you should register for corona virus vaccination only through official link.
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