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This is how hackers trap users in the web of online fraud, stay safe, see tips

New Delhi: Cyber ​​Crime: There has been a huge increase in the incidence of online fraud and this has also caused financial loss to many. In this way, many types of advice are also given to make people aware. One thing to note is that there are many types of online fraud. Many times hackers scare users by telling them that their bank account will be closed. By saying that users OTP is asked. After hearing the news that the bank account is closed, users rush to give the OTP. Many other similar tricks are used by hackers and empty people’s bank accounts.

Let’s find out how many types of online fraud there are and how to stay safe from them.

Cyber ​​Phishing:

It can be said that this is the most favorite method of fraudsters. In this method fraudsters create an online shopping website or bank website. Then the details of this website are sent to the users through message or email. If you accidentally share your information by clicking on this link, your account may be deleted. Hackers can also steal all your money.

Email Blasting:

In this, information about various types of offers is sent to users through email. However, these offers are false. Links are also given in this. Clicking on these links downloads the RAT to your device. Its full name is Remote Access Tool. If you get a notification that something has been downloaded to your device, you need to format your phone. Failure to do so may void your account.

Report immediately:

First of all, remember that you should never give your phone to anyone. Also, do not click on any unknown links. Don’t fall prey to any false offers. If someone is trying to trap you or if you have been cheated, call 1930155260 or 8595914375 and report it. Apart from this, you can also report by visiting

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