[HackerNews] New Android Malware Steals Financial Data from 378 Banking and Wallet Apps

The operators behind the BlackRock mobile malware have surfaced back with a new Android banking trojan calledĀ ERMACĀ that targets Poland and has its roots in the infamous Cerberus malware, according to the latest research.
“The new trojan already has active distribution campaigns and is targeting 378 banking and wallet apps with overlays,” ThreatFabric’s CEO Cengiz Han Sahin said in an emailed

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