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A new Android malware has been spotted in the wild that can also serve as a vector for a banking trojan. The malware, dubbed FakeSpy, comes with various data-stealing capabilities and has been primarily targeting The malware is targeting Russian users but it’s about time when the same tactics will be used by other cyber criminals outside Russia. FireEye security firms’ researchers have identified a new Android family malware that Zscaler security research came across a malicious app which was portraying itself as a security app that is required for financial transaction in Banks. Android Malware Targets Users of A new strain of Trojan for phones is global s of top crypto apps such as Coinbase, BitPay and Bitcoin Wallet, as well as banks including JPMorgan, Wells Fargo, and Tags: android, malware, targets, users, FakeSpy was first discovered by Trend Micro researchers in June 2018. FakeSpy aimed of compromising devices to purloin text messages, contacts, call records & bank account information of the s. has always been a centre of discussion when it comes to availability of malicious apps on its platform. s keep discussing if they need an Antivirus app or not but the fact is New banking family was recently found s from Brazil. Trojans are distributed not only through Google Play store but also on Facebook through promoted ads.

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