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« on: March 06, 2011, 08:31:57 AM »

If you paid attention to the news this week, you'll know that there were a bunch of Android apps pulled from the Android Market because they contained malware. There were over 50 infected applications - these apps were copies of "legitimate" apps from legitimate publishers that were modified to include two root exploits and a rogue application downloader. This isn't the first example of malware on Android, but it may be the first to affect Google's own Android Market – other malware samples have been seen on third party app markets. This new malware has been referred to as DroidDream, RootCager, and myournet by various researchers and media outlets. Continue reading here...[/url
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