Disruptive Times is in the know that a mobile Banking trojan; EventBot is the new Financial infostealer that is likely to drain your own wallet in the era of COVID 19.

The Trojan is horsing around with a target of accessing banking apps, money transfers and Cryptocurrency wallets.

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6 steps how EventBot banking virus is accessing your password, PINS and SMS and notifications

6 steps how EventBot banking virus is accessing your password, PINS and SMS and notifications

  1. Installing a third party app.

    An android smart phone user installs an app from third party app. A third party app is an application that is provided by a vendor other than the manufacturer of the device.

  2. EventBot Gains control of your Android Phone

    The Banking Virus gets to your android phone and gains control of your phone and reads your PIN.

  3. Accesses the inbuilt phone features

    The Trojan Horse will now access your android phone’s inbuilt features.

  4. EventBot reads LockScreen

    The infostealer will then read LockScreen where hackers gain access to control your device.

  5. Stealing | theft | and access to PINS, passwords , SMS and Notifcations

    EventBot will now steal from you valuable information. this includes personal data but more importantly data from Financial applications.

  6. The Hackers Party

    The hackers will now get access to your financial applications, drain your wallet and make a party.

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Financial applications that are likely to be affected by EventBot

Banking Apps

Money transfers

  • Venmo
  • Zelle
  • Google Play
  • paypal
  • Walmart-2-walmart
  • Bankwire Transfer
  • Transferwise
  • OFX
  • Xoom
  • Money Gram
  • Western Union

Cryptocurrency Wallets

  • Coinbase wallet
  • Exodus
  • Stakedwallet.io
  • Myether Wallet
  • BitGo cryptocurrency
  • Jaxx
  • Bitcoin Core Wallet
  • Electrum wallet
  • Trezor wallet
  • xapo wallet

Next time you find your financial wallet dry, EventBot might be the culprit; Cert-In (a Cyber Security agency) warns.

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