The cyber agency says that fraud cases have increased in the name of Arogya Setu App.
The thugs are receiving sensitive information of the people.
new Delhi: India's cyber security agency said on Saturday that online fraud cases have increased in the name of Arogya Setu Mobile App in the country. The agency says that during the Corona epidemic, by taking advantage of the curiosity of Internet users, thugs are committing cyber frauds with them.
The agency said that cyber criminals are also stealing people's personal information by making links to the World Health Organization and similar links to popular video conference sites such as Zoom.
In a copy of the consultation issued by the Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-India), the agency said, “Cyber fraud cases have increased in the name of Arogya Setu App. Criminals target users by taking the name of the SR department, CEO or any other information person, saying that your neighbor has been infected, see who else is affected, whether anyone you come in contact with has been infected, healer Guidelines for using the Setu app, etc. use excuses. ''
A user of the Arogya Setu app says that the app uses Bluetooth and GPS to tell who has been infected nearby. It has been said in the consultation that criminals in recent cyber crimes are taking advantage of this epidemic and getting sensitive information from people.
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