25th July 2017 By Tara Seals
CepKutusu, a Turkish alternative Android app store, was found to be 100% infested with malware—where every single app delivered malicious code.
Eset researchers discovered that when users browsed the store and proceeded to download an app, the “download now” button led to banking malware instead of the desired app. The remotely controlled malware is capable of intercepting and sending SMS messages, displaying fake activity, and downloading and installing other apps.
However, the crooks behind the campaign added an exception.
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