Symantec researchers were able to discover an Android malware that sneakily spoofs Uber’s Android app and collects users’ passwords which allow hackers to take control of the affected users’ accounts. Even though this malware is not widespread yet, and most Uber users are not affected, this is not something to be taken lightly.
The Android malware pops up on the infected device’s screen on a regular basis and prompts the user to key in their Uber username and password. And once the user falls for the malware’s trick and enters their credentials, it will be collected by the attackers for malevolent purposes.
According to Symantec, this malware makes use of deep link…
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