Android malware that sidesteps the measures introduced by Google in March, to restrict the use of SMS and Call Log permissions and thus prevent credential-stealing apps from abusing these permissions and bypassing SMS-based two-factor authentication, has been discovered by Slovakian security firm ESET.
Slovakian security firm ESET says it has discovered a new Android trojan that has the capabilities of remotely connected malware with misuse of Android Accessibility services to target PayPal app users.
Fake apps for the Commonwealth Bank and ANZ are among a number of bogus Android applications attempting to represent six banks on Google's Play Store, the Slovakian security firm ESET claims.
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