CloudSEK’s Report According to, hackers upload YouTube videos, which are completely made through AI (Artificial Intelligence). In these videos, people are asked to download apps and software, which are actually malware. In the recent past, such incidents have increased a lot. YouTube is the world’s most popular video sharing platform, which is used by billions of people for various purposes.
It has been told in the report that these AI-generated videos contain dangerous malware such as Vidar, RedLine and Raccoon, which as soon as they enter the system, very sensitive information of the user, such as passwords, credit card details, auto-fill data through browser data. start achieving. Not only this, the crypto wallet data and some important details related to it are also at risk. Most of the videos pretend to be tutorials on “how to download cracked versions of software including Photoshop, Premiere Pro, Autodesk 3ds Max, AutoCAD, and many more.”
These videos allegedly promise users to use the paid software for free along with tutorials. It is not that this way of distributing malware through links in the description box of the video was not done before, but according to the report, now the videos generated by AI look quite real and tempting, so that people can trust them easily. goes. These videos feature AI-generated people who speak different languages and look real.
Although videos are mainly uploaded on YouTube, but they are also shared fiercely on some other platforms including Facebook, Instagram. In the video it is said to download the free app. But if you do this, then the data of your smartphone or laptop / PC can soon be in the hands of hackers. In such a situation, we would advise you to avoid downloading the crack version, or key generator, etc. of this paid software. Also, do not download and install mods for any app or game on the smartphone.