SMS Trojans, multi-purpose malware, and other threats of March 2015
April 2, 2015
Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web presents its March 2015 overview of malware for Android devices. The past month was teeming with IT security events: Virus makers actively distributed various ransomware programs as well as SMS and banking Trojans. In addition, new dangerous applications for Android that incorporate a wide arsenal of features were discovered.
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