Protect Your Financial App From Malware

Protect  your app users from mobile malware on the Android platform. Learn what malware is currently active on your users' devices, see which specific users are affected, and actively help them to remove the threat from their smartphone as soon as it shows up on your radar.


mobile devices protected


app signals daily


unique app samples

Trusted By The Leading Banks

Case Study: Raiffeisenbank

Request the Raiffeisenbank case study and see how the leading CEE bank uses Malwarelytics to protect mobile banking on Android apps.

Feature Overview

Identify Active Malware

Instantly see how many devices are infected with malicious apps and see what malware and malware families pose threat to your app users.

See Infected Devices

Learn everything about the specific devices that are infected with a malware. Use your internal user identifier to connect devices to your users.

Browse Malware Database

Search apps by package name, certificate or an APK hash. See what we think about a particular app and if anything feels suspicious, let us know about it.

Upload APK Sample

Easily upload any suspicious application and let our malware analysts carefully evaluate the APK sample and possible dangers it may pose to your apps.

Get Notified About Threats

Thanks to our robust alerting system, you will immediately learn about new malware or infected devices through the communication channel you already use.

Quick and Easy Integration

Simple things should be simple, hard things should be possible. You can integrate Malwarelytics SDK in 10 minutes with just a couple of lines of code, or customize literally everything.

Supporting Your Code

Integrate Malwarelytics into any Android app thanks to our rich platform support.

Kotlin Support
React Native Support
Cordova Support

Featured Articles

Malwarelytics: What Is New In The November 2020 Release?

Malwarelytics: What Is New In The November 2020 Release?

Another month is over, and we have an exciting Malwarelytics release for you in November, introducing the features that will help you understand mobile malware in your userbase better.

Malwarelytics: What Is New In The September 2020 Release?

Malwarelytics: What Is New In The September 2020 Release?

We released a new version of Malwarelytics with several neat improvements that will help our customers combat mobile banking malware even more efficiently.

Messenger or Joker? Famous Android Malware Hides on Google Play Again.

Messenger or Joker? Famous Android Malware Hides on Google Play Again.

Android users should be alert when downloading messaging apps from Google Play.

Persistent Scan

We detect malware right on a mobile device even when your app is not running, thanks to a proactive scan of app updates and new installations.

Always Ready

Malware protection is built right inside your mobile app and requires no additional app installation or other actions by your customers.

No Upselling, No Ads

Unlike a standalone antivirus app, we protect your users without unclear popups or ads, and without selling their data to the third parties.

Global Threat Intelligence

Thanks to our centralized malware database, your app will benefit from the malware samples and application data collected by all our customers.

Thanks to the security components by Wultra, we quickly responded to an increasing threat of mobile malware attacks and hardened our application security.
Tomas Rosa, Chief Cryptologist at Raiffeisenbank

Plans and Pricing



for under 5k active users

  • best for proof of concepts
  • best for small private banks
  • best for credit unions
  • best for FinTech startups


€ 1099 / month

for under 250k active users

  • best for premium banks
  • best for corporate banks
  • best for cooperative banks
  • best for mature FinTechs


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flexible per active user pricing

  • best for large retail banks
  • best for payment platforms
  • best for banking groups
  • best for FinTech scaleups

All plans include an unlimitted number of console operators and can have any number of mobile apps. An "active user" is a user who has some of your apps installed on a Android mobile device and, additionally, our SDK connected to our cloud within a current month to perform a scan on such device. We always show you the current number in the Dashboard.

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Mobile banking  and fintech apps continue to grow each year.  By 2020, over 60 % of global banks expect to be digitally mature.  As the use of digital channels advances, so do the malware threats to it. It is no longer possible to dismiss the threat that applications installed on the end-user device pose to mobile banking.  Android devices are particularly vulnerable, as malware is often distributed via Google Play.  The need for secure digital channels is greater than ever and an antivirus plugin gives users an added layer of security.