A trojan exploiting critical vulnerabilities, malicious programs on Google Play, and other events: the April 2019 mobile virus activity review
April 30, 2019
Doctor Web presents its April 2019 overview of malware for mobile devices. Over the past month, our virus analysts have reported on a dangerous trojan that exploits critical vulnerabilities of Android OS to infect programs, as well as to install and uninstall applications independently from users. Trojans detected on Google Play once again threatened Android mobile device owners. Read more about these and other events in our review.
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