Once again Android smartphone users are threatening. There are dozens of apps that have been detected on Google Play Store, which are affected by malware. These apps can steal your bank's password and even money. Anti-virus manufacturer ESET's Security Experts have detected that there are many applications like Device Cleaner, Battery Manager and Horoscope on the Google Play Store, which are affected by malware and are quite dangerous. They can harm you.

If you find out about these apps, they have been removed from the Play Store, but they may be installed on your smartphone, so you need to check and remove your smartphone while being alert.

Apps that harm you like this

When using these apps affected by malware, the user starts to have a Fake login screen show through which your bank details are filled with you. Through these apps, only text messages can be sent and received from users, so that your OTP etc. can be stolen.

Apps Breaking Internet Protection

These dangerous apps pass through the Multifactor Authentication (MFA) Protocols that protect Internet Banking data, i.e. they are very smartly designed. At the same time, with their help, hackers can attack installs on other smartphones as well.

Tips for Android users

ESET has advised Android users to advise how to protect against this malware. Security researchers say that if you use such applications then you should check your bank account and find out there is no suspicious transaction. At the same time, after removing such an application, change the password and PIN code of Internet Banking.

Keep focusing while downloading the app

ESET has said that these applications may be available in the name of different developers, but it seems that they are operating only an attacker.

Instructions to avoid malware

The company has given some suggestions to keep users safe and to avoid the security throat.

1. Download the app right from the Google Play Store and should not download apps that are available on third-party app stores.

2. Before downloading, check out how many people have downloaded it so far.

3. Keep in mind that the kind of permissions the app is asking for you. Give permission only when you feel correct.

4. Keep your device updated and install a mobile security software.