Some of the measures expected to be put in place by the telecom consumers and the general public include;
NCC in the statement noted that for further technical assistance, the public should contact ngCERT on [email protected].
Recall that barely a week ago, the NCC warned android phone users of a new malware gaining access to smartphones and taking control of infected phones.
The NCC in October also alerted Nigerian telecom consumers over the existence of what it described as new, high-risk and extremely damaging malware called Flubot which impersonates Android mobile banking applications to draw fake web views on targeted applications. Its goal transcends stealing personal data and essentially targets stealing of credit card details or online banking credentials.