The Ministry of Digital Economy and Society (DES) and Thailand’s National Cyber Security Agency (NCSA) have teamed up to share a list of more than 200 apps containing malware on iOS and Android devices.
According to BGR , in a statement on DES’ Facebook profile, Minister Chaiwut Thanakamanusorn said users are being asked to watch out for malicious apps on the list because if they are downloaded, hackers can steal data. personally or take control of their phone.
stolen The above organizations believe that victims who download the application are at risk of having their bank accounts and their phones can be controlled by hackers. This list has names like 4K Pro Camera, Beauty Filter, EmojiOne Keyboard, iMessager, Now QRcode Scan, Private SMS and Wow Translator. Users can dig deeper through the DES Facebook display list.
DES and NCSA say they have asked Apple and Google to remove the apps from their respective app stores . However, they don’t specify which app is found on which mobile operating system, but if any of these names look like the app currently installed on your phone, it’s best to remove it. until the user can be sure that the application is safe.