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Before we get to thinking that nothing is new under the Android malware sun, we get a small, but quite interesting surprise. An android malware that connects to SMTP servers to send an email. Other than the SMTP-usage, the malware is pretty vanilla. Upon installation, the application asks the user to activate device administrator to […]

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Protip: don’t install an Android application package file if it’s named “Certificate.apk”.It’s not legit (obviously).Trojan:Android/Pincer.A is able to forward SMS messages and perform other actions based on commands it receives from its C&C. When installed, it will appear in the application menu as “Certificate” and will display related bogus messages when run. Previous malicious mobile […]

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Here’s the technical analysis related to yesterday’s post on Trojan:SymbOS/OpFake.A. OpFake.A arrives as a supposed Opera Mini updater using file names such as OperaUpdater.sisx and Update6.1.sisx. The malware installer adds an Opera icon to the application menu. When run, it will show a menu and a fake download progress bar. Progress bar displayed… even though […]

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