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Android malware infects WiFi routers and cell phones 

A new DNS-changing Android malware allows cybercriminals to infect Android smartphones with malware via compromised Wi-Fi routers in cafes, airport hotels and other public places. Many users in South Korea are currently being infected, but the malware is spreading more and more in Germany and Austria via smishing. Kaspersky experts report. Roaming Mantis recently introduced DNS (Domain Name System) changer functionality in Wroba.o malware, also known as Agent.eq, Moqhao and XLoader - the malware is a core part of the campaign. DNS-Changer is a malicious program that steals the device connected to a compromised WiFi router…

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