Google issues warning over some Android apps that have been downloaded over 300,000 times.These apps are known as banking trojans and are normally designed to spy on you as you access to your personal accounts.
Some of these apps looks like scanners for PDFs or QR codes, fitness guides, or wallets for cryptocurrency. Something that you don't know is that these apps spy your bank account details, login passwords and even they takes screenshots without your awareness.
Cyber experts at Threat Fabric have revealed the sinister hack attack, referring it as highly sophisticated. These hackers are said to use clever ways to circumvent Google's usual checks to avoid malware making it on to Android's official App Store.
Below is the list of apps exposed by Threat Fabric.
1. Two Factor Authentication.
2. Protection Guard .
3. QR CreatorScanner.
4. Master Scanner Live .
5. QR Scanner 2021.
6. QR Scanner.
7. PDF Document Scanner.
8. PDF Document Scanner.
9. PDF Document Scanner.
10. CryptoTracker crypto list app.
11. Gym and Fitness Trainer.
12. Gym and Fitness Trainer.
If you have any of the above app, please do away with it if you're willing. Share this information with your friends and follow this account for more detailed information please.
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