Closing a week full of news such as the launch of officer payroll loan and special offers for each customer, Nubank announced another first today (24). Digital bank app will gain screen capture protection.

which function coming first for Android phoneswill block screenshots and recordings while using the app. According to Fintech, the goal is to protect confidential information from malicious people, restricting access to the account holder.

As the financial institution reminded us, blocking prints can also be useful in cases where the user accidentally installs banking malware. This way, the malicious program cannot capture data from the Nu app and send it to cybercriminals remotely.

Customers will have to share receipts instead of posting screenshots of transactions.

Also, according to Nubank, the innovation serves as an extra protection for the phone being stolen or stolen. In such cases, unauthorized persons often look for prints with financial information in the photo gallery of the smartphone in order to use the data in different types of scams and scams.

How are transactions verified?

Like Screen capture blocking in Nubank appFintech customers will have to look for other ways to prove payments and transfers, among other types of transactions performed on the platform. In such cases, it is recommended to share the receipt issued by the digital bank instead of the printed document.

The document is issued at the end of the transaction and access to the document depends on the type of transaction. Generally, simply tap the “Open/Send Receipt” option that appears immediately after a payment, transfer, or other type of action, and then hit the share icon in the upper-right corner of the screen.

Next, choose where to share – WhatsApp, other messengers installed on the mobile phone, email, etc. preferable – and select the person who will receive the document. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the process.

Source: Tec Mundo

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