Safeguard mobile banking from screen sharing scams

Initially designed for legitimate purposes, remote access tools have become increasingly misused for fraudulent activities. Using social engineering tactics, scammers exploit these tools to gain unauthorized access to sensitive banking information.

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How do screen sharing attacks happen?

In screen sharing attacks, scammers contact a victim and pretend to be from a legitimate company (typically a bank). They often impersonate customer support representatives concerned about a security breach or salespeople offering assistance with setting up a lucrative product. After the scammer persuades the victim to download a screen sharing app, they convince the victim to grant them access to their device.

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Implementing advanced authentication methods, such as multi-factor and biometric verification, significantly reduces the risk of screen sharing attacks. Additionally, real-time monitoring and automatic blocking of suspicious remote access attempts are crucial for proactive defense.

Level up your authentication security

Safeguard access to your application with advanced multi-factor authentication that doesn't rely on easily shareable assets (such as SMS OTP). Leverage biometric verification methods (like facial recognition and fingerprint scanning) to ensure secure and unique user access to banking applications.

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Fortify Your Apps with In‑App Protection

Detect and react to screen sharing activities, block untrusted screen readers, and prevent unauthorized screenshot captures. Focus on detecting the presence of remote desktop apps and other signs of remote manipulation to ensure the comprehensive protection of the mobile banking experience.

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