Russian mobile phones massively attacked by a new virus
Russian mobile phones massively attacked by a new virus

Russian mobile phones massively attacked by a new virus

Российские мобильные телефоны массово атакует новый вирус Trojan virus captures the mobile phones of Sberbank card holders. Already affected more than 300 thousand people. The malware is almost invisible to antivirus programs and bloodthirsty enough, it will work until you have money left on the card, and then it will start using your contacts and sending SMS messages to friends. The virus is pretty smart and spreads through SMS links. You receive messages from acquaintances with enticing text, click on the link and get a white screen, then the device restarts and the fraudulent program starts its dark business. Note that the virus leaves no traces and you do not immediately notice its violent activity. First, through the 900 command (replenishment of someone else’s mobile phone), the program empties your bank account. Using the selection method, she finds out your current balance and transfers funds to an unknown account. Then the virus goes to the phone book and starts sending messages to your contacts using different text and recipient names, which relaxes some users and they follow the link. All messages are not saved in sent messages. As soon as your contacts are exhausted, the program starts using the list from a third-party server, all this continues until there is no money left on the phone. How to protect yourself? In this case, the antivirus is completely useless, so all you have to do is not open the links received in SMS or MMS (given the number of problems, it’s better to disable MMS altogether), it’s better to immediately delete such messages and call the sender back (especially if it’s your friend or relative) to warn him that his phone is likely to be infected. And be extremely careful when installing applications from obscure sources. Always think before granting rights to applications. Conditionally – the application \

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