Hackers have created a fake Netflix app that promises to get you 2 months free on Android. Once downloaded, the app installs a virus on the smartphone and automatically responds to incoming messages on Whatsapp.
It is a fake message sent to his smartphone contacts masquerading as an app called “FlixOnline”. Promote itself through messagesWho promises? 2 months of Netflix Premium for free anywhere in the world for 60 days Once installed, however, the malware begins stealing data and credentials.
The virus automatically responds to your contacts
By granting himself the rights to phone notifications, theIt intercepts all incoming WhatsApp messages and automatically replies with the promotion message. The link then leads to a fake Netflix website that behaves like a To retrieve credentials and credit card information.
Over two months on Google Play, the malware has already claimed 500 victims, and even if Google removes the app from its servers, the malware is still spreading, and it can now hide in another app. Tip: Don’t click on email links if you are not sure of their source, and only trust official and certified publishers when installing an app.
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