Hello everyone. About an hour ago, I received a notification on my phone of a GroupMe message from someone whom I had not chatted with previously. Now, I opened up the notification, which brought me to their chat, which said something along the lines of "Look HighTide: INSERT_RANDOM_BAIDU_DOT_COM_LINK_HERE". Now, I didn't click on this link at all, but I'm concerned about possible infection due to the fact that GroupMe tries to pre-render web pages in the chat, and from previous issues with an old Skype account sending out baidu links. Since receiving the notification, I've blocked the person on GroupMe, which seems to have cleared the previous chat, as well as removed GroupMe from my phone entirely. I also changed the password on my GroupMe account as well. I've also scanned it with ESET and MalwareBytes, both of which have not detected anything. Is there anything else I should do to determine if the phone is infected, or to mitigate any damage? I'm just a little concerned as this is the phone I use for 2FA, so I don't want anything to be wrong with it.
EDIT: Just for further information, in case it helps, this is on a Samsung Galaxy S5 running on Android 6.0.1, which was the last major version update given for the phone. The phone is not rooted.
Edited by HighTide1, 03 January 2018 - 07:21 PM.