Author/ Zeljka Zorz/ HNS Managing Editor Posted on 02.07.2014
A highly versatile piece of Android malware has been unearthed by FireEye researchers.
Posing as "Google Service Framework", the malicious app is capable of stealing phone and user information, banking credentials, and gives the malware peddler remote access to the device. And, in addition to all this, it's also able to kill a range of AV apps.
Currently, this "framework to conduct bank hijacking" is targeting only customers of eight South Korean banks, but the malicious developer could easily target more in the future, and not just in South Korea.
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Wednesday, July 02, 2014 Mohit Kumar
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