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Blackrock malware on Android phones explained

Blackrock malware on Android phones explained

Blackrock Android malware can steal information from over 350 different apps including the most popular ones like Facebook, WhatsApp and a lot of banking apps. Whatever you type or have saved on the phone becomes accessible to the hacker. For instance if you have saved your ATM pin number in notes or some other app, hacker can then get your debit card number from your banking app and your ATM pin from your notes or wherever you have saved it and can physically go and withdraw money from an ATM machine and leave you wondering about how that is even possible when the card is in your possession the whole time.

What is BlackRock Android malware?

Blackrock malware is not new but just an improved version of older generation of malware. The main difference between older malware and Blackrock is that Blackrock can target a lot more apps as compared to older versions. Blackrock is capable of targeting almost 400 different apps, may be more.

How does BlackRock Android malware work?

Blackrock starts working as soon as it is installed on a phone. Blackrock starts monitoring all your app activities including banking apps. Blackrock malware can throw a real looking fake page at you asking for user name and password for say Facebook or Instagram for example and hacker can then access your account using your user name and password. This same thing can be done with your banking app aswell as other apps and be used to steal your money or information. Blackrock can even steal your PayPal credentials and steal your money.

Blackrock malware even disables any antivirus or antimalware software/app that you may have on your device.

How to stay safe from Blackrock malware?

Best was to avoid Blackrock malware or any other such malware is to stick to official Google playstore only and not download any third party apps. Run regular scans on your phone and not click on unknown links sent to you in emails, messages or even while browsing websites.

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