True or Not: It’s okay to say ‘good morning’, really

KUALA LUMPUR: A fake message has been making the rounds on social media and WhatsApp, warning people to refrain from sending morning and festival greeting messages.

The fake message, claiming to come from the “Shanghai International News”, says that hackers in China have embedded phishing codes within the pictures and movies used in these messages.

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