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How to prevent hackers from breaking into your Android, stealing bank info

The Chameleon Android banking trojan, a sophisticated Android malware, can disable your biometric security and steal your PIN and data. It can mimic legitimate apps and trick users into granting it permissions. It can bypass Android’s restricted setting features, display a fake lock screen and ask for your PIN, then access your banking apps. Users are advised to only use legitimate app stores, keep Android updated, install antivirus software, and change passwords immediately if they suspect their data has been compromised.

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