New Delhi. After the arrival of smartphones, cyber security of users has become a big question. In such a situation, many big companies are taking steps to protect the users. Now a new report has come out. Meta (Facebook) has claimed that 1 million users have downloaded such apps on their smartphones that are stealing their personal data. That is, if you have such apps in your account, then they can get your personal data as well as information related to bank account.
Meta has claimed, such apps are available on both the App Store and Play Store. That is, both Android and iOS users have downloaded such apps. Meta is constantly warning such users. The only solution for this is to delete such apps from your mobile today. Usually such apps are related to the camera, after downloading, the camera of your phone becomes quite clear.
Because all such apps first talk to you about Facebook login. Here you login and on the other hand every information related to you is obtained in the hands of hackers. Now hackers have started using all such apps in a wrong way. This is where the theft of usernames and passwords starts. There are also a number of apps that appear legal on the Play Store, but when you download them, they immediately ask for permission to login.
If it ever happens to you by mistake that you share the ID and password of your social media accounts, then the first thing you should do is change the password immediately. Also, you should first delete such apps as well. The biggest advantage of deleting will be that even if the VPN is connected to the mobile, then hackers will not be able to use it wrongly because the VPN itself gets disconnected as soon as the app is deleted.