Risk of Unicredit customers scam, controlled prices for tampons and the farewell of WhatsApp for millions of smartphones: all the hot topics of the week.
Bad news for customers Unicredit who risk falling into the trap of some scammers, intent on extorting sensitive data and money from the unfortunate on duty. But not only that, among the hot topics of the week there are also low prices for tampons, both molecular and antigenic.
If all this were not enough, soon WhatsApp it will no longer be available on millions of smartphones. The well-known instant messaging app owned by Facebook, in fact, will stop working on many devices. So let’s go into the details and see together what is happening.
Unicredit, bad news for customers: new scam attempt
Bad news for the Unicredit customers who see their current accounts in danger. Many of those who have activated the Home Banking system, in fact, have started to receive an alarmist e-mail. The latter informs the account holder of the deactivation of all online services and credit cards. In order to “avoid” this, therefore, invites the recipient of the message to click on the link.
Too bad that, just by accessing the indicated web address and providing the requested information, you end up falling into the trap. Once provided their data, in fact, the hacker can act undisturbed on the user’s account and steal money. In order to avoid having to deal with unpleasant surprises, therefore, the advice is always to pay the utmost attention and above all never click on the links received with suspicious emails or sms.
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Mandatory Green Pass: controlled prices for both molecular and antigenic tampons
Starting from October 15th until December 31st 2021, the expiry date of the state of emergency, the Green Pass it will be mandatory in all workplaces. A decision that certainly did not go unnoticed and that will inevitably affect the lives of millions of workers. Precisely in this context there are many people who, in the absence of the vaccine, will have to do the swab to go to your workplace.
To this end, it is good to know that it is possible to count on an agreement accepted by some pharmacies that will also allow those who cannot or do not want to undergo the vaccine to do the test required for the Green Pass provisional at controlled prices. Going into the details, for children between 12 and 18 years, the tests can be performed for only 8 euros. For those over 18, however, the price is 15 euros.
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WhatsApp will soon no longer be available on millions of smartphones
Soon WhatsApp will no longer be available on millions of smartphone, both Android and iOs. Compatibility will be lacking and therefore it will be impossible for many to use the well-known instant messaging app. The official date from which WhatsApp will stop working on different devices is November 1, 2021.
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This will happen due to Facebook’s removal of support for the Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich and iOs9 mobile operating systems. The KaiOS 2.5.0 system, less known in Italy, will undergo the same action. Likewise all previous versions will lose the functionality of the messaging app. It is, in particular, about outdated operating systems, released in 2011 for Android and 2015 for iOs.