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Fake Whatsapp Message ( A malicious WhatsApp video feature invite is spreading across the messaging app)

WhatsApp recently declared the launch of its video calling feature which has started to roll out for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone users. While a number of messaging apps offer this feature, WhatsApp has been a little late, it, however, holds the biggest user base across the globe.

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While the news is greeting, many users are receiving as well as sharing an unverified link on WhatsApp which is said to be an invite to activate the video calling feature. An invite system was introduced last year on Whatsapp when the voice calling feature was rolled out. It seems that some scammers are trying to take advantage of this as they have spread a similar looking fake link for the new video calling feature.

WhatsApp has not officially released any links this time to enable any feature, so in case you get any such links, do not visit any of the links. Visiting these links could be harmful and could expose your personal data.

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According to a report, the link takes you to what seems to look like an authentic page where it asks you to send the malicious link to other people on your list. It also mentions the existence of group WhatsApp video calling, a feature that is still not officially available on the platform.

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If you do happen to get an invite to activate the video calling feature on WhatsApp, do ignore it. To get the feature you just need to update the app to the latest version. In case you don’t see an update, wait for a couple of days as it is rolling out in phases.

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