Dangerous trojan on Google Play and other threats in the March 2020 mobile malware activity review
April 13, 2020
Doctor Web presents its March 2020 overview of malware activity on mobile devices. Last month, the number of threats detected on Android devices increased by more than 11% compared to February. Herewith, the amount of recorded malware, adware, potentially unwanted apps and riskware has risen following this trend. New threats have been discovered on the Google Play app store as well. Read more about these events in our review.
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