John Biggs, reporting for TechCrunch;
An update to the venerable Faketoken.q Android malware has made it easier for the program to steal your credit card information from ride-sharing apps. Faketoken attacks Russian ride-sharing apps by overlaying text boxes on the credit card information pages that can capture your credit number and other important information.
You may want to read this article by Kaspersky on how “Faketoken.q,” tricks you into capturing your credit card information.
A recently released report by an Internet security firm has revealed that the Philippines is the top country globally for botnets and banking Trojan malware.
In the inaugural “Asia Pacific State of Malware Report 2017” conducted by Silicon Valley-based Malwarebytes, the study noted that the Philippines is a haven for botnets with detection for the malware nearly four times as many as the second ranked country, Indonesia.
You can read MalwareBytes’ full report here.