Updated September 2, 2019
Security researchers have found that they are raising concerns around the world
Malicious files are created to steal credentials and money
Bank accounts increased to 30,000 in the first quarter of 2019
The first quarter, 18.5 miles, or more than 60 percent.
Losses of money laundering in banks increased by 60 per cent in the first quarter.
Mobile Banking Mobile Trojans are the fastest growing and most flexible
According to a report from a network security company and the dangerous types used
C Pers Spursky Lab.
They usually steal money directly from the mobile phone bills of mobile phone users.
But sometimes it changes the intent to steal other species
Reference memory is usually a legitimate application
Banking Application. If the victim tries to get into his real bank
The program attacks you.
In the first quarter of 2019, Kaspersky Lab found nearly 30,000 computers in adaptations
Some members of the Trojans Bank family tried to attack 312 235 privately
The rapid development of bad financial programs is a frightening sign
Faiga, Viktor Sebishev, Kaspersky Labor Safety Researcher,
He spoke in an article.
For example, the new trend is to hide Trojan horses in banks
The cement sheets on the unit are shown below
A safe line poses a risk after arriving in places
58.4 percent have already invested in the latest version of Assassin’s Creed malware
The report says that all consumers are affected by the influence of the Troj bank. Hide first
He appeared in 2015. The apparatchiks were under attack for two years
Mapping and malware distribution has improved in 2018
13,000 customers are attacked every day.
But then the growth phase is over.
To withstand the biggest threat in Q1 2019, Kaspersky Lab has identified Asaco
It is designed for a total of 8,200 users. Reduce the risk of infection
Only users who have access to a bank account can install applications.
Reliable spokesman, security guard from the official app store
Kaspersky Lab announced the identity of its solution and replaced it with 844 096 461
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