Android apps infected with adware

6. A new malware family called ServHelper is dissected here. It is a backdoor written in Delphi that leverages Office documents to establish remote access and hijack user accounts. PROOFPOINT. 7. This post dissects the Hide and Seek botnet that presently has more than 1,000 infected endpoints. Unique in that it doesn’t use a command server but instead leverages p2p infrastructure, it mainly infects Linux IoT devices.

Link: Android apps infected with adware
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