An increasing amount of mobile malware known as Android/Trojan.AndroRAT has been seen in the wild lately. AndroRAT is a contraction of Android and RAT (Remote Access Tool). This piece of malware is far from new, but has gradually become more evolved over the years. AndroRAT History As the story goes (according to its GitHub page),…
‘Tis the season for gift giving, and who wouldn’t be excited about receiving a brand new mobile device! Before you start loading your new device with various apps, we shared in this post several safe practices to make sure your holidays stay malware-free.
We mobile researchers sometimes classify apps in order to warn users of its presence because of its potential harm, but leave it up to the users’ discretion to remove. This is the case when it comes to a subcategory of PUPs called monitors. Monitoring apps are those that can be great tools if you lose your phone, but could also be easily used to spy on an unsuspecting target.
We found a new piece of mobile malware using Google Talk to make your phone make unwarranted and malicious outgoing calls.