Micky Virus (Auto programme decode Virus)

Deep Lab is always focused on research on a variety of topics. Deep Lab’s discoveries in artificial intelligence are far superior to what we think.  As part of our research, we recently came across a virus that is very dangerous and powerful enough to completely block a server. We were able to detect this virus from a programming bug, and that bug was spread from the very base of the programming, so fixing that bug was a big challenge.  We tried to figure out what the nature of the virus that came out of that bug was, it was scarier than we thought and experienced. Then when we gave the virus a real life, it was so unusual that it could program itself, so we named it the ‛Auto program decode virus’ and gave it another nickname, Micky virus.  We continued our experimental observations and to better understand its functionality we had to choose a platform that the receiver could accept and rely on internal storage, for which we chose Whatsapp, the third largest chatting platform in the world. WhatsApp is mostly dependent on internal storage.  So we sent the virus to some of our employees Whatsapp numbers as text messages and images to find out more about the workings of this virus and as a result. WhatsApp could not afford them in any way. Because it affects the internal storage, it indirectly affects the phone and instantly increases the storage space, giving the phone an unbearable weight and overheating, which mainly affects their WhatsApp account. Many people could not recover, so they had to reinstall WhatsApp. The virus does not infect any cloud system However, it can still gain a lot of power as it is a virus that can decode the program on its own

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