Your Android Phone Can Become a Network Hack Tool or Botnet

DressCode has been found circulating in at least 3,000 Trojanized apps

Android Phone Users pay attention to this article!
Posted by: Ernesto Cervantes

September 30, 2016 | networkworld.com

An Android malware is spreading across app stores, including Google Play, and has the capability of stealing sensitive files from corporate networks. DressCode, a family of Android malware, has been found circulating in at least 3,000 Trojanized apps, security firm Trend Micro said on Friday.

DressCode hides itself inside games, user interface themes, and phone optimization boosters. It can also be difficult to detect because the malicious coding only makes up a small portion of the overall app.

Read more at Network World.

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