Android malware

ViceLeaker, An Android Large-Scale Espionage Malware

It took 3-years of cat and mouse play, Kaspersky was successful with its background checks against the nature of an Android malware named ViceLeaker. Unlike a general malware type that infects random vulnerable Android device, ViceLeaker is apparently designed to infect users from Middle East countries, for the purpose of large-scale espionage operations. The malware

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LokiBot, The Android Malware Problem Since 2016

LokiBot is silently causing harm to Android devices that it has infected without user knowledge since 2016. It is a trojan designed to steal information from the user, an espionage-like software causing users to lose their login credentials for various web services. The people behind it are very motivated, given that they continue to “improve”

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Android Malware That Triggers Only When It Detects Motion

This is a rather different piece of news- an Android malware that triggers only when it detects some motion has been detected. Malware authors think of all kinds of ways in which they could prevent their malware from being detected by security companies and security software. Hence, over the years, they have been creating viruses,

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