The attackers are using smishing to trick victims into installing spoofed apps. “The malware uses smishing, or SMS phishing, to infiltrate target devices, which is a technique that relies on social engineering,” the researchers explain.
“The attackers send fake text messages to lure the victims to click on a malicious link. The link directs them to a malicious web page, which prompts them to download an Android application package (APK)... New versions of FakeSpy masquerade as government
post office apps and transportation services apps.
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