How to fix the Viral WhatsApp Bug

A viral WhatsApp bug is currently circulating that can crash the app for some users. The bug is caused by a malicious link that, when clicked, will crash the app.

To fix the bug, you can do the following:

  1. Update WhatsApp to the latest version. WhatsApp has released a new version that fixes the bug. You can update WhatsApp by going to the App Store or Google Play Store and searching for “WhatsApp.” Once you find WhatsApp, tap on the “Update” button.
  2. Delete the malicious link. If you have clicked on the malicious link, you can delete it by going to your chat history and finding the message that contains the link. Tap on the three dots in the top right corner of the message and select “Delete.”
  3. Restart your phone. Sometimes, restarting your phone can fix the bug. To restart your phone, hold down the power button until you see a power menu. Then, select “Restart.”

If you are still having problems with the bug, you can contact WhatsApp support for help.

Here are some additional tips to help protect yourself from the bug:

  • Be careful about clicking on links from people you don’t know. If you receive a message from someone you don’t know that contains a link, don’t click on it. It could be a malicious link that could crash your WhatsApp app.
  • Only download apps from trusted sources. If you want to download a new app, only download it from trusted sources, such as the App Store or Google Play Store. These stores have security measures in place to help protect you from malicious apps.
  • Keep your apps up to date. App developers often release updates that fix security vulnerabilities. To help protect yourself from malware, keep your apps up to date.

By following these tips, you can help protect yourself from the viral WhatsApp bug and other malware threats.

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