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How to protect your Android phone from the bank account draining Chameleon trojan

The Chameleon Android banking trojan is malicious software that steals users’ money by gaining access to their financial apps through deceptive practices. The trojan tricks victims into granting it permissions by masquerading as a legitimate app, allowing it to bypass security features and gain control of the device. Protection against the trojan includes avoiding third-party app stores, keeping Android up-to-date, changing passwords, monitoring for unusual activity, and carrying out a factory reset if necessary.

Source: www.phonearena.com –

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