Mobile banking users be on alert! Under the pretext of helping you to generate Income Tax refunds, a banking Trojan malware has been targeting users. The Android malware is stealing mobile banking data, victim's money, and information. More than 27 public and private sector banks have already been targeted. The attack can jeopardize the security of sensitive data and lead to large-scale attacks and financial fraud. The malware which was previously used to steal SMS has now evolved into a banking trojan that demonstrates a phishing screen and gets users to enter sensitive banking information. Masquerading as an income tax refund, the malware can endanger your wealth and lead to alarming financial fraud. Know all about Drinik android malware and how you can prevent an attack.