When people receive phone calls from +375602605281 and +37127913091, then phone can be hacked if they call back to this number. It is a fake message – Read ayupp analysis section for more details.
375602605281 37127913091 phone hacking – attack vector
Assertion made by – Social media and internet.
Confirmation by Ayupp.com – FAKE
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Please take this very seriously. People have been receiving calls from+375602605281, +37127913091 or any number starting from +375, +371 number one ring & hang up. If you call back it's one of those Numbers that are charged 15-30$ & they can copy ur contact list in 3 sec & if u have bank or credit card details on your phone, they can copy that too. +375 is from Belarus From Afghanistan.. 371 is code for Lativa...
Similarly, you may get a missed call from a number whose country code is +92. It is the country code for Pakistan. Please do not answer or call back such a number. The call could be from a terrorist group, which might land you in unnecessary problems.
The thumb rule, one should follow, would be to ignore the calls, if one does not know the number / caller.
Don't answer or call back. Please FORWARD AND SHARE this to your friends and family.
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Αν κάποιος σας καλέσει από +375602605281 , +37127913091 ή οποιοδήποτε αριθμό ξεκινώντας με τον αριθμό... 375 ή 371, κάνοντας ένα "κουδούνισμα" & μετα το κλείνουν, αφήνοντας έτσι μια αναπάντητη κλήση ή μήνυμα και καλέσετε μετά ένα από αυτούς τους αριθμούς θα χρεωθείτε $15 - $30 & μπορούν να αντιγράψουν τη λίστα επαφών σας σε 3 sec .
Αν έχετε στο τηλέφωνό σας τραπεζικά ή τα στοιχεία της πιστωτικής κάρτας, μπορούν να τα αντιγράψουν πάρα πολύ εύκολα.
375 είναι ο κωδικός από τη Λευκορωσία και το Αφγανιστάν . 371 είναι ο κωδικός για τη Λετονία ...
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MISSED CALL WARNING ‘MISLEADING’ THE GIST OF THE MESSAGE IS AS FOLLOWS: “PEOPLE HAVE BEEN RECEIVING CALLS FROM +375602605281, +37127913091 OR ANY NUMBER STARTING WITH A +375, OR +371. ONE RING AND THEY HANG UP.
Ayupp Analysis- The above message informs cell phone users to aware of calls coming from the numbers starting from +375 or+371. This might be a call from terrorist who is trying to hack your device. The hacker or spammer gives you miscall and return when you call back, it will hack your mobile and all other information, which can be in the form of Credit card details, online banking details or your personal photos.
The smartphones that we use nowadays, is itself a computer and since computers are hackable so can the smartphone also? If you install, true called in your mobile, and the other person who is connected to internet, also has this application. Then truecaller tells the status of your phone (ie silent, vibration or last seen using the phone). So, practically, if you install any application and are connected to internet then it is possible to have access to your device.
But, the viral message tells that just by giving a miss call to an unknown number your details can be hacked. It doesn’t look correct and genuine to me. Till now there is no evidence or entrance found by which a cellphone can be hacked just by calling the number of the cellphone, until and unless you get physical access to that cellphone. It is possible to trace your exact location by getting only phone number to know where you are situated without having physical access. But hacking of phone is not possible.
One known mobile phone hacking technology is known as vector attack to breach mobile phones. This technology uses band signalling to hack receiver’s phone. But using this technology also, hacking can be done using text message and not using phone calls. The below link explains the same-
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