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According to a published report in our partner website Zee Business, in the second quarter of the year (Coronacal), 143 million (143 million) malware has hit the smart devices of Indian users. Cybersecurity firm Quick Heal reported that these malware (viruses) based on the Coronavirus Thim caused the most attacks in the April and June quarter. Among these attacks, Netflix’s free subscriptions are the most scammed by apps linked to PM CARE funds.
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In the month of June, Windows Malware has made cyber-attacks about 1.5 million times every day since the unlocking process started in India this month. With the help of this malware, cyber attacks have been started in view of the opening of business. According to researchers from Quick Heal, payloads have been transferred to consumer devices with the help of COVID-19 BAT, including infected attachments sent by phishing mail.
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In this category, ‘Trickbot’ has been identified as an active distributor that used to send multiple phishing email users simultaneously. In this report, it has also been said that due to the new SMB, private data has been collected from cyber attackers by crashing the machine. During this time, 38 percent of such payload malware has been caught in Android devices.
Among this malware, “Android.Bruad.A” has been detected 32 percent of the time. Researchers have also discovered that many malicious apps that looked like 100 percent of authoring apps have been successful in attacking consumer mobile phones. Among these fake apps, the fake Aarogya Setu app has been downloaded by most people during COVID-19. Through reading this fake app, the SMS of the attackers’ users has also gathered information about banking pins.
In the banking domain, “Eventbot” has emerged as the most dangerous mobile torzon virus. These malware users can collect data about SMS and banking PIN or password by accessing the data through in-built accessibility of the phone. The most interesting thing is that these malware users can also break the two-factor authentication of banking apps present in smartphones.
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