BEWARE OF THIS ANDROID BANKING MALWARE AND HERE’S HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF
Every week, new malware emerges to harm the billions of Android device owners worldwide.
Among the most recent threats is the BRATA malware, which is capable of spying on client messages made through their banking application.
This time, the finding of the day was made by Cleafy computer security researchers.
Indeed, these experts have identified a new malware strain known as "Revive" The first incidents were reported in Spain around June 15;
Nonetheless, all indications point to a rapid spread of the malware outside Spain's borders, particularly via phishing attempts.
Unsurprisingly, the malware's moniker is not coincidental. It is a direct reference to its primary advantage.
In fact, hackers are able to remotely restart malware if it becomes ineffective, whether due to human actions or a flaw.
In addition to tightening its grip on the infected gadget. As you may have guessed, this makes "Revive" an extremely resistant and dangerous malware.
"Revive" is now targeting consumers of BBVA (Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria), a global banking group headquartered in Madrid and Bilbao.
Since the hackers have opted for a traditional phishing effort, the mode of operation is pretty straightforward.
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