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Google purges 24 malware-ridden apps that were downloaded 500,000 times

Date published: 2019-09-10
Originally published: Here. Excerpt below.

Android just cant seem to shake off its malware issues. A new malware campaign targeting Android has been found to engage in ad fraud at least since early June 2019.
The findings, disclosed by cybersecurity firm CSIS Security Group, reveal that the malware called Joker is designed to surreptitiously sign users up for premium service subscriptions, in addition to stealing the victims SMS messages, the contact list, and device information.
In total, CSIS found 24 Android apps on Google Play (listed below) containing the trojan, racking up more than 472,000 downloads by unsuspecting Android users before Google eventually purged the infected software from its platform.
Jokers operators have specifically gone after victims in 37 countries, including Australia, China, Germany, India, Singapore, Switzerland, the UAE, the UK, and the US.
According to CSIS, the malware not only obfuscates the modus operandi of delivering the actual malicious payload from the command-and-control (C&C) server owned by the attacker. Its been programmed to generate as little footprint as possible by hiding within advertisement frameworks used in the apps.
In addition to periodically requesting new commands from the C&C server, the trojan goes a step further by silently clicking on ads, and hijacks SMS messages that contain the authorization code to verify subscription payments.
The apps in question are as follows:
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