Threats to 337 applications, including credit cards, banking and Netflix

A Dutch cyber security firm called Threat Fabric recently received information about new malware. The name of this malware is Black Rock. Thus important information on the smartphone is being collected in many ways.

Today, rapid digitization is being promoted all over the world. It has greatly increased in the Corona crisis. Data show that online transactions and digital payments have grown rapidly amid the current epidemic. However, with all this, cases of online fraud and cyber fraud have increased just as fast. Recently, the Twitter accounts of Bill Gates, Elon Musk, and US presidential candidate Joe Biden were hacked.

Increase in the number of banking Trojans

A Dutch cyber security firm called Threat Fabric recently received information about new malware. The name of this malware is Black Rock. With the help of this malware, hackers are targeting 337 online mobile applications, which carry out online fraud.

Through this application, they are stealing information related to credit cards and debit cards. The report says that since 2014, the banking trojan has grown significantly.

Your information is at risk

According to a report by Threat Fabric, the malware is targeting apps such as Gmail, Yahoo Mail, Micro .ft Outlook, PayPal Mobile Cache, Amazon Seller, Uber, Netflix, Amazon Shopping. Apart from this, there is also iMobile, Yono Lite, Go Mobile +. This malware steals data from smartphones.

What is the best way to avoid an attack?

How to avoid such malware, no such information has come out yet. But, some experts say people should avoid downloading mobile apps from unknown sources. They should take care of this before giving any application the necessary approval.

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