FakeCalls Android Malware Targets Financial Firms in South Korea

A new Android voice phishing (vishing) malware tool has been discovered that targets victims in South Korea by pretending to be 20 of the country’s top financial institutions.

The software, dubbed “FakeCalls” by the Check Point Research (CPR) team, lures victims with false loans and asks them to confirm their credit card information so that their information can be taken.

“FakeCalls malware boasts the functionality of a Swiss army knife, able not only to conduct its primary purpose but also to take private data read more Fake Calls Android Malware Targets Financial Firms in South Korea.

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