Malware for Android devices installs hidden application CPU mining

The Android is the most common λειτουργικό σύστημα στον κόσμο, και έτσι είναι πολύ φυσικό να γίνεται στόχος κακόβουλων προγραμμάτων.
According to one article in blog of TrendMicro, a new malware designed for the for various digital currencies such as Bitcoin, Litecoin and Dogecoin.

Η παρουσία αυτού του κακόβουλου λογισμικού στις συσκευές επηρεάζει την εμπειρία των χρηστών με αρκετούς τρόπους. Συντομεύει τη διάρκεια ζωής της μπαταρίας του smartphone χρησιμοποιώντας συνεχώς τους πόρους τους συστήματος. Η συνολική διάρκεια ζωής της ς επηρεάζεται επίσης.

The new malware was discovered in repackaged copies of various popular applications Play Store. For example, the Football Manager Handheld and TuneIn Radio.

"The applications have been injected with CPU mining code that they have received from legitimate mining applications for Android. It is the code used in the well-known cpuminer software ", the blog post states.

When installed on the device, malicious software starts working in the background as soon as it detects an internet connection. It is designed to begin mining with the CPU of the device and connects to a dynamic domain that redirects to an anonymous Dogecoin mining pool.

TrendMicro also explains that malware has been engineered to download a file that contains all the information needed to configure malicious software. Obviously, by constantly modifying this file, hackers avoid locating them from authorities, or from any interested party.

So beware of what you download and install on your devices, as we have seen several times the Google Play Store does not provide security. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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