Manufacturers of point-of-sale (POS) devices have been warned of new malware that defeats the secure tap-and-pay capability of credit and debit cards. Researchers at Kaspersky say the latest version of the Prilex gang’s malware forces customers using infected POS devices to insert their cards into the payment devices. That way the malware can read transaction information hidden when customers wirelessly tap their cards. POS makers and distributors have to combat this advance.
When you do the tap-in-go and see “Contactless error, insert your card”
This is from https://www.itworldcanada.com/article/cyber-security-today-week-in-review-for-friday-february-3-2023/525172
this one has more detail to what happens and what to do
You can also go to https://www.roberts-computer.com/blog/
You can also read from the past apps that need to be uninstalled ASAP.