Doctor Web presents its annual 2016 overview of malware for mobile devices
December 30, 2016
Doctor Web presents its annual 2016 overview of malware for mobile devices. During the past year, Android users encountered a large number of cases involving banking Trojans, ransomware Trojans, and other malicious and unwanted applications displaying advertisements. Trojans that installed unwanted applications were especially wide spread. In addition, malicious programs were discovered in Google Play and in the firmware of dozens of mobile device models. Devices running iOS were also attacked by virus makers. Read about these and other events of 2016 in the detailed Doctor Web virus activity review for mobile devices.
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