Android RAT attacks mobile banking apps

A new remote access Trojan malware for Android devices, dubbed com.II, is threatening users’ mobile banking data, SMS messages and contact lists.

According to a blog by security vendor FireEye, the offending RAT is able to disable anti-virus systems Android users have in place, before scanning for banking apps and replacing them with fake ones. The malware then installs malicious app updates, steals and sends SMS messages and gains access to contact lists.

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