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Experts recommend staying away from "Clubhouse" links on Twitter - technology

Experts recommend staying away from “Clubhouse” links on Twitter – technology

Informed sources advised not to seek “invitations” to join the “Clubhouse” voice chat application through links posted on Twitter, warning that many of these links can be forged and lead to the delivery of software intended to penetrate the phone and user data..

Numerous tweets on Twitter, especially in the Arab world, reported that the Clubhouse application was hacked and took user data and some room recordings without confirmation or denial from the company “Alpha Exploration”, owner of this application, of these accusations so far . Reuters reported that the Club House app declined to comment on reports of leaked user data..

After the participation of Elon Musk, president of Tesla, last January, the voice chat app became something of a “private club” that brings together a mix of tech savvy, quick-get-rich seekers and Cryptocurrency investors wandering between “rooms” and entering them in search of information. Or a hint that could lead them to invest in a digital currency or hear what “Elon Musk,” who recently unexpectedly entered some rooms, might say, in a scene similar to a game of hide and seek or cat and mouse.

The Stanford University Observatory said China had managed to access Clubhouse app user data for voice chat due to security flaws..

And cybersecurity experts warned last Friday that hackers could spread malware by making fake copies, taking advantage of the high interest in downloading the app and accessing the device’s website, audio and video files, text messages, and more..

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