WhatsApp Bug Will Crash Your Phone With A Wicked Message

WhatsApp Bug: Nowadays everyone is feeling free messaging in WhatsApp. It is the most powerful and successful messaging platforms. There are over 1.5 billion monthly active users on this platforms. WhatsApp the instant messaging service is operated with many riddled with scams. One of the new WhatsApp bugs has been found on the platform which is quickly spreading.

WhatsApp Bug Will Crash Your Phone With A Wicked Message

WhatsApp Bug Will Crash Your Phone With A Wicked Message

The WhatsApp users are warned to keep away with a new forward message. This WhatsApp message is letting the app to freeze up and stop working which will result in hanging the app on your Android device. When the user will click on the message box the app will halt and stop working. The users don’t know that the unwanted message starts from “black dot” and will come to ends at “don’t touch here” statement. If the receiver or said user will touch the black dot its sure that your WhatsApp hangs up and get a message below “don’t touch here”.

WhatsApp Bug Will Crash Your Phone With A Wicked Message

WhatsApp Bug Will Crash Your Phone With A Wicked Message

According to the report the message is carrying some hidden characters which have an ability to crash the WhatsApp. It is declared that the WhatsApp bug is affecting the Android smartphones. The same report assumes that the iOS users are safe and unaffected by the forward by the message. It is found that there is nothing wicked behind the WhatsApp bug, but this is being created only to distract and disturb the users.

This is not the first time that this type of spam messages are been running on the platform. Previously a report has come that in February, a WhatsApp bug was affecting the iPhones to crash, where a single character in Telugu was running the platform, which was an Indian language, and was sent to the device or typed in a text editor. WhatsApp has also declared that it will feature with group voice/video calling facility also with support for stickers.

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