Whatsapp scammer scammers use WhatsApp free download to download malware to steal passwords and email addresses.
Read moreWhat a Whatsapp app isThe mobile messaging app is popular among students, university students and others who rely on the app for work and study.
It allows people to share and receive texts, emails, instant messaging, photos and videos without having to have a smartphone.
The app is also a way for people to communicate without using their mobile phone and is also used for business transactions and social networking.
The WhatsApp app is free for people who are 17 or older, but the malware has been linked to a series of spam messages sent from the app to victims in Brazil.
A series of WhatsApp messages are being used by a WhatsAPP scammer to send spam to victimsThe Whatsapp spam campaign has been going on for a few months and has been used to steal the passwords and emails of victims in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and the state of Amazonas, where the scam is targeting people over 17.
Brazil has been on high alert for attacks on social networks, particularly Facebook, which is one of the top five most visited websites in the world.
Last year, it was also the target of a WhatsApp spam campaign targeting people in Australia and New Zealand.
This latest Whatsapp campaign has not been as large in Brazil as previous campaigns.
Brazilian police say the scammers have been using an online service to make their messages appear to come from a third-party app.
This is the latest in a series that have been launched in recent months targeting people around the world, according to police.
One of the most sophisticated spam campaigns used the email addresses of people to send the messages, according an official with the Brazilian Federal Police.
Police have launched investigations into the scam.