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  • New Fleckpe Trojan Eats Android Users' Bank Cards

    Unauthorized subscriptions provide cybercriminals with a stable passive income.

    A new Android malware dubbed Fleckpe has been spotted on Google Play, the official Android app store. It was disguised as legitimate applications by cybercriminals and was downloaded more than 620,000 times.

    According to Kaspersky Lab, Fleckpe is a new type of malware that makes unauthorized payments by subscribing users to premium services. Previously, researchers have already come across similar programs, for example, Jocker and Harly.

    Attackers receive money from unauthorized subscriptions, having their share of the monthly or one-time fee for each subscription. And when attackers manage the services themselves, they get all the revenue.

    Data from Kaspersky Lab researchers shows that the Trojan has been active since last year, but it was only recently discovered and documented for the first time. Most of Fleckpe's victims are in Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, and Poland, but even in small numbers, the malware has already made its way around the world.

    Kaspersky Lab experts discovered 11 Fleckpe Trojan applications disguised as image editors, photo libraries, premium wallpapers, and others distributed on Google Play with the following package names:

    com.impressionism.prozs.app
    com.picture.pictureframe
    com.beauty.slimming.pro
    com.beauty.camera.plus.photoeditor
    com.microclip.vodeoeditor
    com.gif.camera.editor
    com.apps.camera.photos
    com.toolbox.photoeditor
    com.hd.h4ks.wallpaper
    com.draw.graffiti
    com.urox.opixe.nightcamreapro

     

    “All applications had been removed from the marketplace by the time our report was published, but the attackers may have created other, as yet undiscovered applications, so the actual number of installs may be higher,” the researchers explain in their report.

    Although programs such as Fleckpe are not as dangerous as spyware or malware that steal data, they can still lead to unauthorized spending, collection of sensitive information about users of infected devices, and also become an entry point for more powerful malware.

    To protect against such threats, Android users are advised to download apps only from trusted sources and pay attention to the permissions requested during installation.

    At the slightest suspicion that such a Trojan has settled on your device, experts recommend removing all suspicious applications and running an antivirus software scan to eliminate the remnants of malicious code that may be hiding on the device.

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