Malware is a problem for Android, but that problem almost exclusively exists outside the confines of the safety of the Play Store. Like any platform where the sharing of pirated, cracked software occurs, if you’re downloading something you didn’t rightly pay for, there’s a risk it might be carrying a little something „extra“ you hadn’t counted on being included. For the most part, this is how Android malware spreads – but what do malware distributors do once they’ve got a device infected?
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Controlling Masses Of Malware-Infected Android Devices Will Apparently Cost You Just $300, Lifetime Support Included! Meet Dendroid was written by the awesome team at Android Police.