An upgraded version of the Drinik malware has been discovered which puts the data of 18 bank customers at risk. According to analysts at Cyble (via Bleeping Computers), the malware has evolved into an Android trojan that can steal important personal details and banking credentials. For those unaware, Drinik has been a malware affecting the banking industry since 2016. It then operated as an SMS thief, but has now added banking trojan features. In its new form, it is capable of screen recording, key logging, abusing Accessibility services and performing stack attacks.