“Nexus” is a new Android banking trojan that is actively being spread by an Eastern European hacking group through various channels, such as phishing emails, fake software updates, and SMS messages. The trojan is capable of stealing sensitive data, including login credentials, banking information, and two-factor authentication codes. Users are urged to exercise caution when receiving unexpected or suspicious messages, links, or files on their mobile devices. Experts suggest keeping software up-to-date, avoiding sideloading apps, and installing a reliable mobile security solution to mitigate the risk of infection.
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