They detect a new version of malware that is capable of factory resetting Android phones

A report published on January 24 by the computer security company Cleafy has provided details on the recent variant of BRATA malware, which hackers use to steal bank details. However, its update has added new features, such as the ability to factory reset the device “right after an unauthorized transfer attempt.”

Experts noted that the powers of this malware now include GPS tracking, the ability to use multiple communication channels, and the ability to continuously monitor the victim’s banking application thanks to keylogging.

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