Attention These Android Apps Can Hack Your Bank Account

Around five billion people around the world use smartphones. With high-speed internet, these devices have made it easier for people, but they also have access to a lot of user information. There is also a risk of getting scammed by this. The increasing dependence on apps has increased this danger.

Threat Fabric, a computer support firm from the Netherlands, Report I have given information about some apps which can become a big threat to the users. Researchers have identified a new Trojan that is being delivered to Android devices. It can steal users’ login details, account numbers and other financial information. Threat Fabric recommends removing five Android apps from devices immediately. These apps are File Manager Small, Lite, My Finances Tracker, Zetter, Codice Fiscale, and Images & Videos.

The report states, “This method of distributing Android banking trojans is very dangerous because victims get to know about it too late and are unable to alert their bank about suspicious transactions without their knowledge.” Because of this, it is important to identify such apps early.” The distribution of this trojan has increased in countries like USA, UK, Australia, Germany, Poland, Spain and Italy.

Internet search engine Google in India has been asked by the central government to implement stricter rules to stop the use of illegal lending apps. The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology ((MeitY) and the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) have asked Google to curb these apps. Instructions Have given. The RBI had recently asked lenders to come up with stricter norms for digital lending services following a rise in fraud cases in the digital lending segment. Its purpose was to protect the borrowers from forgery. Google has changed its Store Developer Program policy for financial services apps. This includes additional terms and conditions for personal loan apps. To crack down on illegal digital lending platforms, the government and the RBI have asked Google to step up scrutiny and ensure that only loan apps approved by the regulator are available for download on the Google Play Store. Along with this, Google has also been asked to reduce the distribution of these apps through websites and other means of download.

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