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11.11 SMS spread dangerous Android malware
Sending bulk SMS containing malware download links is now one of the most popular ways to distribute Android threats. Cybercriminals also use this malware delivery method to distribute malicious programs endowed with the functionality of SMS worms.
07.11 Malware in Android firmware makes itself at home on handheld devices
Doctor Web security researchers have discovered a new malicious trojan embedded directly in the firmware of numerous Android handhelds. Dubbed Android.Becu.1.origin, this malicious program can download, install and remove programs without user consent and block inbound short messages from specified numbers.
05.11 Mobile threats in October 2014
The diverse nature of the attacks on Android devices in October once again clearly demonstrates that the threat from malicious software remains rather severe for Android users. Throughout the month, Doctor Web security researchers registered the emergence of various kinds of malware, including ransomware and programs that steal banking information.