SpyLocker is a new threat that targets the users of Android smartphones and tries to steal the login credentials of some of the largest international banks and other money transactions services like PayPal. It displays fake login screens on your mobile phone that look very similar to the login screens of the actual online banking apps or transaction services. When a unsuspecting user enters the credentials, these are sent over to cyber-criminals. SpyLocker can steal information from a larger number of banks and other funds transaction services. This malware can even bypass the two-step authentication which involves the bank sending you a secret text code.
To prevent such a threat from infecting your Android smartphone, you should not install any apps downloaded from untrustworthy sources and you should always keep an antivirus security app installed on your device. But if the SpyLocker malware has already managed to infect our device, then you can remove it with the help of McAfee SpyLocker Remover.
The app not only detects SpyLocker malware on your device, but it can also check for Heart Bleed and Fake ID vulnerabilities in your Android phone. The app has a very straightforward and easy to use interface. You have to tap on the Start button which will take you to the scanning screen where you have to tap on the Scan All button. The scanning makes your device really busy and you cannot do anything else for 3-4 minutes. In the end, you can see the results. If it finds any problems, it will attempt to fix them or suggest you to update Android OS if that is possible.
Conclusion: SpyLocker is a nefarious malware that can surreptitiously steal banking credentials from your Android smartphone. You can scan and remove this malware using McAfee SpyLocker Remover.
You can download McAfee SpyLocker Remover from https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.intelsecurity.stinger.