Now Send Whatsapp Messages Without The Internet Check Tricks


A new message on the WhatsApp shows that now your device will be supporting the ultra-light Wi-Fi technology and you do not require any data connection or internet connection for running your WhatsApp any longer. Well, have you read this message in you WhatsApp? Whether you have read it or not, you need to know about it. It is said that it is a fake message and it is nothing but a scam from some developers of malware.

In the world of scammers, you do not need a malware or virus anymore, but just a bit of thinking smartly and some attractive words are sufficient to those people who are ignorant of this new technology.

Earlier are the days whereas the virus was known to be stealing your data. At present, your private data is would be much important, but getting passed through the software and the encryption of the latest operating system (OS) seems to be difficult but it is not impossible. After few hours or proper planning and developing the program or code that can break up the security of the smartphone, the hackers now send some useless stuff such as phone numbers or photos which probably will not get him / her to the black market. So, what he /she will do is, they will make you click on the Ad or Advertisement, along with you, they will make your friends to click on those Ads and in return, they will be earning big amount of money from the Advertisements themselves. No data will be stolen from you, but they will be playing this simple trick of clicking the Ads.


Curiosity Kills

This is not the new trick that hackers are using, they have been using it for a while but though it is successful. There are thousands and thousands of messages that are circulating in online through emails and messages saying that they are getting free data, free money or some free stuff, making it a huge curiosity which makes the users in clicking on that messages which lead to series of pages that has advertisements in it. So, this WhatsApp fake message is such kind of message which is not send by WhatsApp and it never does so.

Asmaa Mubita is a Kenyan journalist of international repute with over fifteen years of experience in broadcast journalism. Asmaa Mubita began his journalism career at the Kenyan state broadcaster (KBC) and later worked at the KTN owned by the Standard Group and Citizen Television, the flagship brand of Royal Media Services. These exploits together with his reporting experience with the Voice of America, CNN and BBC have been rewarded with local and global recognition.