5 Ways Cybercriminals are Targeting Devotees Before Ram Mandir Opening

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5 Ways Cybercriminals are Targeting Devotees Before Ram Mandir Opening

| Updated: January 21, 2024 19:30

5 Ways Cybercriminals are Targeting Devotees Before Ram Mandir Opening

Ayodhya: As excitement builds for the upcoming Pran Pratishtha ceremony of the Ram Lalla idol in Ayodhya, cybercriminals are taking advantage of the surge in devotion to target unsuspecting devotees. The police have issued a warning, urging pilgrims to be vigilant and avoid falling victim to online scams.

Here are five ways cyber scammers are targeting Ram Mandir devotees:

  1. Fake QR Codes: Phishing scamsters are sending messages with fake QR codes, claiming they are for making donations to the Ram temple. Scanning these codes could compromise your financial information or download malware onto your device.
  2. Fake Prasad: Beware of unsolicited offers of “prasad” from the Ram Mandir. Scammers may distribute contaminated or adulterated food items disguised as holy offerings.
  3. VIP Passes and Darshan Scams: Fraudsters are promising exclusive VIP darshan and entry passes to the Ram temple. These passes are fake, and paying for them will only leave you empty-handed and disappointed.
  4. Fake Websites: Phishing websites mimicking the official Ram Mandir website are cropping up. These sites may lure you in with the promise of booking darshan tickets or making donations. Entering your personal information on these websites could put you at risk of identity theft.
  5. Unverified WhatsApp Messages: Don’t trust unsolicited messages or forwards on WhatsApp about the Ram Mandir ceremony. These messages could contain false information or links to phishing websites.

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