The malicious email includes a link to a fake Bank Austria website where users have to log in and enter their email address and phone number.
Ten attackers send a victim a warning that he or she does not have the “Bank Austria Security App” installed on the phone and asks to download it from the provided link.
Therefore, you should be careful when installing third-party apps because they can be infected with 10001_1virus.
You can also get Rabbitfiles virus or similar malware from the third-party or file-sharing websites.
Other versions, such as v Ghost Ctrl, can open system's backdoor and allow attackers to record victim's audio/video files or steal important data.No matter how much effort Google puts while trying to protect users and prevent these malicious apps from bypassing their security, viruses find a way to this store.Recently, security experts reported about a list of over 75 applications infected with Xavier Android virus found on Google Play Store.On July 2017, researchers discovered a new version of Android malware known as “Invisible Man” which steals banking app data and other sensitive data.Thus, it only proves that Android users should pay attention to their devices' security.