Dangerous Android flaw allows hackers to steal money, private photos & more: Should you worry?
An Android vulnerability targeting bank accounts has been founded by the researchers at security firm Promon, which puts millions of users at risk of getting their bank accounts drained. The vulnerability, termed StrandHogg, is hard to detect on an infected device as it disguises as a legit app. StrandHogg affects all versions of Android, including Google's latest security-focused Android 10. According to the researchers, top 500 popular apps are at risk of being exploited and Promon found 36 malicious apps exploiting the Android vulnerability.
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