Friday, September 25, 2020

SBI has alerted millions of its customers, if they don't pay attention, it will be their turn to repent

 SBI has alerted millions of its customers, if they don't pay attention, it will be their turn to repent

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An advisory has been shared by the State Bank of India (SBI) for the customers and they have been alerted to the dreaded banking virus.  Account holders are being targeted with the help of dangerous malware named Cerberus.  This malware fake SMS sends users information about large offers and makes them a victim after clicking on unknown links or downloading apps.  The purpose of such apps is to clear the hands of account holders.

In a tweet on the official handle of SBI on Twitter, it says, 'Avoid fake SMS that gives information about big offers or related to the current pandemic and asks you to visit unknown links or download any apps from unknown sources.  Huh.  This is an attempt to harm you. '  In the post, the country's largest public sector bank has also shared an image, in which the caption 'Cerberus Alert' has been given.  It looks inspired by the recently released web series Hades.

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Heaven, Earth and Hades

 In a very creative way, SBI has divided it into three parts, Swarga Loka, Dharti Loka and Patal Loka.  In this, the users of Hades have been described as Hades for infected users who are banking online with Cerberus Trojan malware.  It has been told that there are such users of heaven folk, who are always at risk of fraud.  The users of Prithvi Lok are considered to be those who know about this malware and threat and yet they click on unknown links.  At the same time, the users of Hades have been infected.

Banking details will be stolen

 The Trojan malware that has surfaced is actually used to steal the banking details of users.  These details include credit card numbers, CVV and other data.  In addition, after hunting the Victims with the help of Trojans, their personal information and two-factor authentication details can also be stolen.  Frauders during the corona virus lockdown have also become more active than before.  Users are advised not to click on any unknown link and download apps only from Play Store or App Store.

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