In a new threat to monthly IM application and "Atsab" warned cyber security experts, a malicious message that could spoil their full phone data in just 10 seconds.
Experts warn "Watsab" users to ignore a message informing them of a video written in "Martinelli" and saying they can scan phone data in less than 10 seconds, according to the Daily Mail.
The unknown message version comes as a warning to Watsab users that they will become part of the malware that will be distributed via a video link and ask them to transfer it to friends.
The malicious message also warns users of the "Watsab Gold" piece that has already spread, a real scam that requires users to upgrade the premium version for "new goodies and emoticons ".
The cybersecurity company "Sophos" confirmed that the message was fake, and notes that no video is circulated as "Martinelli".
Although the source of the original message is still unknown, it was said to have originated in Spain, and it seems to be infected with the destructive virus phones, which warns it not to re-send and instruct friends.