Runs via sms or other channels, a message containing a promise, which is actually a trap. It reads: click here to see if near you there are people infected by the coronavirus. The words may change - at the moment the danger was spotted by the experts of Kaspersky, especially in Spain - but the substance is the same. With the click, the user gets infected by malware Ginp Trojan and pushed on a web page called Coronavirus Finder. Here he is asked to enter their credit card data to have the information promised at a cost of 75 cents. the malware on The smartphone that steals credit card data is Not done the payment, but the criminals steal the card data as well as the authorization password that may arrive via sms to the user. And so can leverage this information to steal money from the victim. Ginp can steal other passwords and personal data located on the mobile phone. The cyber threat, reported in the last few hours by Kaspersky, is one of the many who are trying in this period to ride on the fears related to the outbreak. This, however, is particularly sophisticated. It uses the sms to be sent to other contacts in the address book of the smartphone that has infected it. Therefore, we might receive a sms from a friend, who invites us to click on a link with that promise. After having installed on your smartphone, can make it appear to the window to pay within the Google Play Store, such as a pop-up. At the moment, seems to affect only Android smartphones. The iPhone would then be protected.
Click here and I'll tell you who is infected with the malware that takes advantage of the coronavirus attacks the smartphone
Runs via sms or other channels, a message containing a promise, which is actually a trap. It reads: click here to see if near you there are people infected by t
25 Mart 2020 Çarşamba 18:01