If you also keep your bank account password, ATM PIN or Internet banking information saved in your phone, then this news is just for you, because a new virus has come for Android phone, which is related to your bank information only. Steals only The name of this virus is BlackRock.
BlackRock Android malware
The Indian government's cyber agency has also warned people about BlackRock Android malware. This malware is capable of stealing information from around 337 Android apps. The apps from which it can steal data include the names of apps like Gmail, Amazon, Netflix, and Uber.
Mobile security firm ThreatFabric was first informed about BlackRock malware. BlackRock malware used to steal data just like any common malware. This malware strain is based on the source code of Xerxes.
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This malware used to steal users' data during login in an app. For example, if you are logging in to a banking app in your phone by entering a password and user ID, then this malware used to record it. The technique by which the malware used to steal data is called overlays.
Under this technique, malware apps login with users on a fake web page, while the user considers it to be the original page. This malware used to take access to the message, camera, gallery, etc. from the user. This malware also used to give fake Google update notifications to the user.
malware app android How to avoid black rock
How to avoid black rock
This app usually dodges antivirus apps. In such a situation, it would be good for you not to download any app on your phone from any third party store or source. Also, avoid using a third party browser app and check the bank app before installing it on the phone.