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Android Banking Trojan Asks for Selfie With Your ID

In the first half of 2016 we noticed that Android banking Trojans had started to improve their phishing overlays on legitimate financial apps to ask for more information. Victims were requested to provide “Mother’s Maiden Name,” “Father’s Middle Name,” “Maternal Grandmothers Name,” or a “Memorable Word.” Attackers used that data to respond to security questions and obtain […] The post Android Banking Trojan Asks for Selfie With Your ID appeared first on McAfee.
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