Cyber thugs are back with WhatsApp video calls showing porn clips – New Delhi News

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“It was around 2 a.m. when I received a call from an unknown person on Facebook Messenger. When I received the call, I saw a nude girl on the other end. I disconnected the call immediately. However, before I could figure out what exactly happened, I received a few screenshots of my video call on Messenger,” a shaken professor informed IANS on the situation of anonymity.

Starting to panic, he instantly blocked the person. After an hour, the professor bought an audio name the place one other man requested him to pay Rs 20,000 through a digital fee app inside 5 minutes, else he would publish these screenshots on Facebook for his family and friends group to see.

“I was nervous and deactivated my Facebook account. Nothing happened after that night to date but I’m still worried,” he stated.

Such nameless video calls on WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger are rising in India and the related authorities are unable to cease such actions.

According to cyber specialists, in a memory of Jamtara-type cell frauds, the infamous gangs of Mewat area have resurfaced, extorting cash from individuals by blackmailing them with such WhatsApp video callings.

The gangs function within the Mewat area of Haryana. Further, Bhiwadi, Tijara, Kishangarh Bas, Ramgarh, Laxmangarh in Alwar and Nagar, Pahadi and Govindgarh in Bharatpur additionally are the principle areas the place these cyber thugs are working from.

In October, the Crime Branch of Delhi Police claimed to have arrested the mastermind of an interstate sextortion gang from Rajasthan’s Bharatpur.

According to police, the gang led by Nasir (25) has been indulging in extorting cash from reputed individuals after blackmailing them with their obscene photos and movies.

At least 36 gangs have been busted and 600 accused arrested by Alwar police within the sextortion’ case.

In the pandemic, there was a surge in such actions. Cyber criminals run recorded porn movies, after which ship your recording back to you, asking for cash which could possibly be wherever from Rs 10,000 to over a number of lakh.

“If denied, they threaten to share your porn-watching video in your social media circles and the mental harassment begins afterwards,” impartial cyber safety researcher Rajshekhar Rajaharia informed IANS.

A Delhi-NCR based mostly journalist confronted the identical state of affairs this month when he obtained a WhatsApp video name and noticed a nude woman.

Surprised in addition to confused, he instantly disconnected the decision. He later obtained some screenshots as effectively a video recorded from the one who referred to as him.

“The person told me that he is going to send these videos to everyone on social media and asked me to pay Rs 23,000 immediately to delete the video. I blocked him but then, I started getting calls from unknown numbers asking me to transfer the money. I blocked them and turned off my phone for a few hours,” the journalist informed IANS.

He later didn’t obtain any extra calls.

According to Rajaharia, if you don’t give in to their calls for instantly, there are possibilities that they will not share your porn video with others, as doing this may invite hassle for them if the particular person goes to cyber police with their contact particulars.

“However, the victims must quickly contact the cyber branch of police in their respective areas. When you receive an anonymous call, do not pick it immediately. Try to find out the identity of that anonymous person via SMS or WhatsApp chat first, and then check if that person belongs to your known circle of acquaintances or not,” the cyber skilled suggested.

“Even if you have taken the anonymous WhatsApp or Facebook Messenger video call, switch off or cover your camera,” he added.

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