WhatsApp Bomb Messages Crashes Android and iOS Smartphones - Beware!

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WhatsApp turned out to be the major platform for communication and here we have one more text bomb that has been shaking the world.

The report suggest that the bug-infested message that is being forwarded on WhatsApp includes hidden symbols in-between spaces. If the phone number entered by you is invalid, WhatsApp will notify you. So if you receive a message saying "This is very interesting!" with a crying laughing emoji, then you'll probably have to restart your device.

Why it does this is due to the nature of the message; it contains symbols that WhatsApp doesn't yet recognise, and is therefore invisible to the user. It is advised that if you are aware of the repercussions of tapping on the WhatsApp message, you should not deliberately "touch" any part of the message.

A new forward message is now making the rounds on WhatsApp causing the messenger app to jam when the recipient taps on the message box. It is only after you tap on the message that your WhatsApp app may crash or freeze.

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Although it might appear at first that the black spot itself is causing WhatsApp to momentarily hang once someone taps on it, India Times explained that there's something else in play that makes the prank effective, if supposedly harmless in the long run.

To avoid the problem simply do not click on the message and delete it immediately. Other various messaging apps too have become victim to such buggy messages including Facebook-owned WhatsApp.

But the person who sent you a message could be a horrid hacker hellbent on ruining your day. There are also complaints of Android phones being disrupted by the message bombs.

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