Experts have warned of a new dangerous Android malware spoofing legitimate apps as it tries to steal sensitive information from victim endpoints, researchers are saying.Cybersecurity researchers from CloudSEK uncovered a variant known as DogeRAT (Remote Access Trojan). The malware has all sorts of capabilities, from accessing contacts and messages to exfiltrating banking credentials. It can also take over the compromised device, send spam, make payments, tweak files, and even use the device’s camera.In order to infect the target, the malware pretends to be a legitimate app, such as a game, a productivity tool, or an entertainment app …
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