Do you like watching funny videos online?
I am not kind of a funny person, but I love watching funny videos clips online, and this is one of the best things that people can do in their spare time.
But, beware if you have installed a funny video app from Google Play Store.
A security researcher has discovered a new variant of the infamous Android banking Trojan hiding in apps under different
Chinese Hackers have taken Smishing attack to the next level, using rogue cell phone towers to distribute Android banking malware via spoofed SMS messages.
SMiShing — phishing attacks sent via SMS — is a type of attack wherein fraudsters use number spoofing attack to send conceiving bogus messages to trick mobile users into downloading a malware app onto their smartphones or lures victims
Another bad news for Android users — Source code for another Android banking malware has been leaked online via an underground hacking forum.
This newly discovered banking Trojan is designed to steal money from bank accounts of Android devices’ owners by gaining administrator privileges on their smartphones.
Apparently, it will attract the attention of many cyber criminals who can recompile