No, you have not been invited to the Clubhouse. Android Trojan horse.

Clubhouse, an invitation-only audio chat app, is now incredibly popular, which is why cybercriminals created a fake Android version of the app to deliver malware that could steal user credentials from hundreds of online services.

The fake app was found on a website designed by ESET malware researcher Lukas Stefanko to mimic the look and feel of a legitimate Clubhouse site. The company plans to eventually release an Android version, but the app is currently only available on iOS.

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