Be careful! Get cyber attack to get Redmi Note 10 Pro for free

“We present to you 20 winners for the Saomi Redmi Note 10 Pro phone, register correctly now, and we will announce the winning return on live broadcast within 24 hours.” If you are seeing this paste on Facebook, do not click on the link given there immediately.

If you follow that link, you could be the target of a cyber attack. From this, hackers start committing crimes by stealing the login details of your online account.

Lately, such misleading posts have been coming from fake Facebook page called Saomi Nepal. Many users are found to be opening emergency links. They are falling prey to phishing attacks when the fake offers shown in the paste seem to be true.

It has been found that the confidential details of the user are being stolen from the fake page by misusing the name and photo of Saomi Nepal. The user’s personal details and information are being collected through misleading propaganda on such pages.

Security experts have urged people to be careful saying that clicking on the link provided there will lead to phishing and scam.

Saomi Nepal has also issued a notice requesting to be vigilant from the fake page. The company has warned not to share the requested personal details and information on such pages. Also, the company has requested to get information only by checking the official page of Saomi Nepal (verified with blue interest) on Facebook.

For the past few months, Saomi Nepal has been carrying out phishing attacks using profile pictures and names of various telecommunication service providers. Not only that, even in the name of individuals, offers of various companies are being pasted.

Millions of Facebook users’ login credentials are being stolen in such Facebook phishing scams operating in different countries including Nepal.

It has been found that Facebook login credentials of users from Nepal, Egypt, Philippines, Tunisia, Pakistan and other countries are being stolen from this phishing campaign.

Under this campaign, hackers are phishing people by copying local Facebook posts and pages from different countries and luring them with advertisements and offers similar to those countries.

Hosted phishing sites have been found to have a login panel for users. After logging in, users’ login credentials fall into the hands of hackers.

However, Facebook has already stopped approving ads to eliminate such phishing pages. But scammers use Beatle Link, which at first glance looks like an honest page. But once approved, they all change to phishing domains.

Lately, there has been a growing trend of phishing on social media by creating pages that look like reputable companies. In this way, phishing attacks as a trap to force users to keep their personal details and hack their accounts have flourished.

Therefore, it is better for you to get the necessary information only by identifying the official website and social network page of the company.

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