Cybersecurity firm Kaspersky has found a popular WhatsApp mode that spreads malware across users’ devices.
In a modified mode for Android versions of the popular messaging app WhatsApp, a new malware has been discovered that endangers users using this mode.
Users who use modes for WhatsApp can be in big trouble. He noted that one of these modes contained the Kaspersky Trojan Horse virus.
FMWhatsApp Found malware in mode
According to Russian cybersecurity company Kaspersky, it found a malware called Triada Trojan in a mode called FMWhatsApp and in its adware development kit. The company said users run unwanted ads on their device, some of which run in the background without the user’s knowledge. He also said users collect important information from their device that could be used to compromise their data.
” By allowingFMWhatsapp users to read SMS messages to the application, the information is stolen by gaining access to the desired data of Trojan Horse and all other malicious modes it installs. Even if these attackers are required to complete an automatic confirmation code process, in a modified version of the messaging app for premiumWhatsApp Android versions, they also open all doors to attackers by allowing victims to register for their subscriptions.