Threats on Google Play and other events in Dr.Web’s September 2020 mobile malware activity review
October 22, 2020
Doctor Web presents its September 2020 mobile malware activity overview. In September, the overall number of threats detected on Android devices increased by 3.75%. New malware was found on Google Play, such as the Android.Joker and Android.Triada trojan family members capable of executing arbitrary code, as well as yet another clicker trojan that displayed advertisements, loaded websites and automatically clicked on the links and banners located on them. Read more about these and other events in our review.
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