The new Trojan horse malware for Android is targeting 32 crypto applications and 100 international banks. Targeted crypto money applications include Coinbase, BitPay and Bitcoin Wallet. The UK is the leader among the countries exposed to this malware software with the number of 27 affected applications. The malicious software called Gustuff clones applications to obtain sensitive data.
Gustuff is targeting 32 crypto application of malware
A new Trojan horse software was discovered that targeted Android phones. Malware is used to steal both fiat and digital assets that belong to international banks’ customers and crypto exchanges. The malicious software, called Gustuff, was discovered by a cyber security company called Group-IB. According to TnW, malware has a fully automated functionality for enfeksiyon collective infections for operators and maximum profit için.
According to the report, the malicious software called Gustuff was previously analyzed. Gustuff is defined as a er fake web site er that clones applications to generate sensitive data, such as usernames and passwords. Customers who did not suspect a Trojan horse entered the versions of Gustuff’s applications.
Coinbase, BitPay and Bitcoin Wallet are in danger!
Currently, 32 crypto currency app including Coinbase, BitPay and Bitcoin Wallet is targeted by this malware. International banks were targeted by other banks such as JP Morgan, Wells Fargo and Bank of America.
Twenty-seven applications in the United Kingdom are specifically targeted. The countries affected by Gustuff malware and their application numbers are as follows: 16 applications in Poland, 16 applications in Australia, 9 applications in Germany and 8 in India.