New Android Trojan app exploits previously unknown flaws, researchers say

New Android Trojan app exploits previously unknown flaws, researchers say

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A newly discovered Trojan program exploits previously unknown flaws in Android and borrows techniques from Windows malware in order to evade detection and achieve persistence on infected devices....
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New Android Trojan app exploits previously unknown flaws

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A newly discovered Trojan program exploits previously unknown flaws in Android and borrows techniques from Windows malware in order to evade detection and achieve persistence on infected devices. Security researchers from antivirus firm Kaspersky Lab named the new malicious application Backdoor.AndroidOS.Obad.a and labeled it the most sophisticated Android Trojan...
New Android Trojan app exploits previously unknown flaws

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Foursquare finally optimizes its Android app for tablets and big smartphones
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