Hackers have hijacked the Wix website and made a spoof call to a woman asking for help with a medical problem.
The site was hacked on March 4, and a user called “wix” sent the woman a message saying she had an urgent need for medical help.
When she called, a hacker gave her a fake medical diagnosis, but then gave the woman the option to contact the company that makes the site.
After the woman gave the company her real name and phone number, the hacker then gave her the option of calling the website again.
When the woman did so, the website displayed a message stating that the woman needed urgent medical help, and that the phone number was not working.
The hacker then sent the victim a new message that said, “Sorry, we didn’t get back to you in time.”
When the hacker gave the fake medical information to the woman, the page displayed the text, “If you can call us, we can help.”
The hacker’s identity has not been revealed.
The website was hacked in May 2017, and in the process of hacking the site, it created a fake site that appeared to have all of the website’s functionality.
However, it was not able to login.
A fake website that was created by hackers and spoofed to look like the real Wix site appeared in March.
A similar spoof site was created in July 2016.
It appeared to be a scam site, but was also hacked in April 2017.
The fake website did not allow users to set up payment plans, and it did not let users pay for the site through PayPal.
A new fake site, also called Wix, appeared in September 2016, and then a second one appeared in November.
The websites were all taken down in late March 2017.
This time, the WIX website was restored.