To activate the hugely popular app on your smartphone you need to enter a code that is sent via sms to the device, but he warned that the police - "you are verifying that cybercriminals are able to deliver to the victim a text message which prompts the sending of this code, making it appear as the sender the telephone number of a contact in your address book. The sending of the code allows them to activate a new account in WhatsApp on a different device but reported to the phone number of the victim who, in fact, it loses availability".
As to foil any attempts of identity theft? Three recommendations: don't respond to requests to send a code, via sms, even if coming from the contacts in address book; do not click on any links in the sms messages; to activate the so-called 'two-step verification is available in the settings area-account of the App.
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