vendredi 9 juin 2017

New Android malware uses code injection to control devices

Researchers at Kaspersky Lab have released details of a new trojan being distributed via the Google Play store that is able to inject malicious code into the system runtime libraries. Named Dvmap, the trojan is believed to have been downloaded from Google Play more than 50,000 times since March this year. The addition of code injection makes a worrying new development in mobile malware. It means it becomes possible to execute malicious modules even with root access deleted. In addition any security solutions and banking apps with root-detection features that are installed after infection won’t be able to spot the… [Continue Reading]

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