New malware steals passwords from widely used Google 2FA apps, including using a new malware called Cerberus when you access your BTC wallet or an account on a cryptocurrency exchange. Now stealing by Google Authenticator app, new passwords Provides web security report for Android based smartphones by ThreatFabric status.
According to the research team's report, Cerberus can do what other Trojan horses cannot do-breaking the Google Authenticator application and stealing its one-time codes, which are often used to secure access to Bitcoin wallets or digital exchange accounts.
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ThreatFabric reports that the modern version of this Trojan has been significantly improved and its functionality is now closer to remote access to the Trojan. The latter is considered a very powerful malware. Researchers say that so far, upgraded Trojan horses have not been shared on hacking forums. However, they warned that this is likely to happen in the near future.