1. Do not click the link and delete the text message.
2. Do not call back the individual who sent the text as they are unlikely to be the scammer. It is possible their device is not infected and their number has been spoofed.
3. If you have installed the malware, contact your bank and ensure your accounts are secure and contact an IT professional.
4. Make a report to ReportCyber if you have been a victim of this cybercrime.
The Flubot scam has already torn through Europe, with scammers keen to capitalise on the pandemic. Stay safe, ignore the messages, hit delete and whatever you do, don’t tap on the link!