Scammers Exploit Rising Popularity to Target Users — Transcontinental Times


UNITED KINGDOM: In the wake of ChatGPT’s unprecedented popularity, cybersecurity firm Sophos has issued a stark warning about the proliferation of fake ChatGPT apps. These deceptive applications, coined “fleeceware,” have emerged on both the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store, posing a significant threat to unsuspecting users. Sophos has highlighted the potential dangers of downloading these apps, including exorbitant subscription costs and relentless advertising bombardment.

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