A new vulnerability, called Strandhogg, has been found to give cyber attackers the ability to create fake login screens that can be inserted into legitimate apps to steal login details and harvest data.
Android: New StrandHogg vulnerability is being exploited in the wild
> Promon has identified a new Android OS vulnerability
> Lookout confirmed that 36 apps have used it in the wild
> StrandHogg affects all Android OS versionshttps://t.co/SVqzGNctAR pic.twitter.com/m72ddNzkoZ
— Catalin Cimpanu (@campuscodi) December 2, 2019