Government Warns Of New Mobile Banking Virus 

In its latest advisory, the Indian federal cyber security agency stated that a new mobile banking trojan virus, 

SOVA (so stealthily encrypted an Android phone for ransom), targets Indian customers. 

According to the advisory, it was reported that Indian bank customers were targeted by a new mobile banking malware campaign using SOVA Android Trojan.

This malware steals users' credentials when logging into their net banking apps.

According to the advisory, the new SOVA version targets more than 200 mobile apps, including crypto exchanges/wallets.

It stated that users should limit the possibility of downloading potentially dangerous apps by restricting their downloads to official sources,

Such as the manufacturer's app store or the operating system app shop.

Users should also review details of the app, including the number of downloaded files and user comments.