Malicious hackers are impersonating delivery services and sending phishing text messages to Britons to trick them into downloading Flubot malware. It is capable of intercepting messages and capturing banking details.
One of the UK’s leading mobile networks, Three, warned about a phishing scam that allegedly has affected all network operators.
The message asks you to download an app so that you can track a parcel or listen to the voicemail. Some messages claim to be from DHL, Amazon, Asda, and Argos.