ICICI Bank has tweeted and asked its users not to download the bank app from untrusted sources as it can lead to online fraud.
In this era of corona epidemic, cases of online fraud are increasing continuously. In such a situation, from UPI to fake bank apps, fraud is being done. That’s why all the banks are constantly telling their customers ways to stay away from them. In this episode, ICICI Bank has also advised its customers to stay away from fake apps and asked customers not to install the app from ‘untrusted sources’ i.e. untrusted sources.
ICICI Bank has made a tweet on its Twitter handle asking not to install the app from such untrusted sources so that the customer does not fall prey to any kind of hacking etc. Along with this, the bank has also shared an image in which it has been told that never allow the app to be installed on your phone from ‘untrusted sources’. It has been told not to enable it in your phone’s settings to prevent the app from being installed from ‘untrusted sources’.
— ICICI Bank (@ICICIBank) July 10, 2021
Apps installed from untrusted sources can be dangerous
Let us tell you that apps installed from untrusted sources can be dangerous for you. Because such apps are used by hackers to collect your information. Once you have installed such apps, hackers can gain access to your phone and then they can easily access your bank account and steal all the money.
Make such changes in the phone’s settings
If you have installed any such app, then delete it immediately. Apart from this, if Unknown Sources or Untrusted sources is enabled in your phone settings, then turn it off immediately. For this you have to go to the settings of your phone. After that go to Security and then search for “Unknown sources” and then if it is enabled then disable it. After doing this, any app with untrusted sources will not be installed in your phone and you will be saved from being a victim of fraud.
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