Airtel Company Alert Users From Online Fraud By SMS – Airtel warns users, if they make a mistake, bank account will be empty

Recently, there was news of data leakage of users of telecom company Airtel. Now the company has warned its mobile users and DTH users about the fraud. Please tell that Airtel is being fraudulent in the name of the company. In this way, the company is sending a text message to its users and warn them about this fraud. Airtel has written in a text message that our company does not ask you for KYC details and any information related to Aadhaar. In such a situation, Airtel has asked users to beware of cyber thugs and fraud.

Don’t download the app
Airtel has also warned its DTech users about this fraud. Airtel has said that the company does not ask users to download any app for their Airtel Digital TV nor to make any call for number verification. Airtel has warned the users that if you ask for any such information through an SMS or phone call, then do not give information to him, otherwise you can be a victim of financial fraud.

News leak of 26 lakh users
Let us know that recently there was news about the data leak of Airtel users that the data of 26 lakh users of Airtel’s Jammu and Kashmir has been leaked. The hackers group that leaked the data were identified as Pakistani hackers. Pakistani hackers created new accounts to put data on the public platform and sell bitcoins for $ 3500. This claim was made by a security expert. The hacking group was identified as ‘TeamLights’.

Airtel gave clarification
In this case, an Airtel spokesperson had said that there was no hack or breach of any Airtel system claimed by this group. The spokesperson had stated that the group has been in contact with our security team for 15 months and has made different claims apart from posting inaccurate data from a specific area. Earlier in a statement, Airtel had stated that there was no breach of data on their behalf in this specific case. The company said that it has referred the matter to the authorities concerned.


Source: Patrika : India's Leading Hindi News Portal by www.patrika.com.

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