Banking Trojan Variant Spreading Through Android App

During our routine research operations/activities, Cyble Researchers found a variant of a banking Trojan that spreads through Android applications and steals the user’s sensitive information. Based on a post on Twitter, the fake banking application impersonated the prosecutor’s office of South Korea, with Korea as the primary target.  A banking Trojan is a malicious piece of software designed to gain unauthorized access to confidential information stored or processed through online banking systems. Generally, a Trojan performs malicious activities without the knowledge of the user. It establishes remote access connections, captures keyboard inputs, collects system information, downloads/uploads files in the victim’s machine, drops various malware into …

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