Malware on Google Play, banking trojans and other events in Dr.Web’s December 2020 mobile malware activity review
December 31, 2020
Doctor Web presents its December 2020 mobile malware activity overview. In December, the number of threats detected on Android devices decreased by 25.34% compared to November. Adware trojans, malicious downloaders and trojans capable of executing arbitrary code were among the most common threats users encountered. With that, new malware was found on Google Play. Cybercriminals were again spreading banking trojans. Read more about these and other events in our December review.
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