Doctor Web’s 2020 mobile malware activity overview
January 19, 2020
Doctor Web presents its annual mobile malware activity overview for 2020. Statistics from Dr.Web anti-virus products for Android revealed that Android device owners were primarily targeted last year by various adware trojans and malware that downloaded other software and were able to run arbitrary code. Users also encountered spyware and fraudulent software, banking trojans, and clickers that automatically opened web links. New threats have been uncovered on Google Play as well. Read more about these and other mobile security events in our overview.
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