Android Spyware is one of the most common kinds of malware used by attackers to gain access to personal data and carry out fraud operations. Due to its capability to track a user’s location, examine web browsing behavioral patterns, and even steal sensitive information, such as passwords and credit card numbers, the threat level that Android Spyware poses to banking institutions and banking customers alike is comparable to Android Banking malware.
Spyware also has the potential to record phone calls, remotely manage the device, intercept SMS messages, and perform other tasks by using legitimate APIs and permissions that are intended to aid people. Spyware with RAT capabilities targeting Financial Institutions
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