Joker malware is now a major concern for Android users as Android 10 has not yet reached its peak. Once downloaded on the phones, these will work as Android App. Tech experts say that this will leak from bank information to passwords saved on the phone. Experts say the Joker malware has entered 24 Android apps in the Google Play Store, and it has since been taken down.
According to reports, some 72,000 Android users have downloaded Joker in the space of just a few days after the malware spread. As such, it is likely to spread to other phones. Experts do not rule out the possibility of money laundering. The malware affected 24 countries, including India, US, England, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, China, Egypt, France, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Italy, Kuwait, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Spain and Sweden.