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Gooligan Malware Infects 1 Million Android Devices

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A new type of malware is doing the rounds, and it has already infected 1 million Android devices. Dubbed Gooligan, this malware roots Android, giving the hackers full control of people’s devices. Anyone with an Android running Jelly Bean, KitKat, or Lollipop is currently at risk. As discovered by security firm Check Point Software Technologies, Gooligan first emerged in August. Since then it has wormed its way onto 1 million Android devices, currently infecting around 13,000 devices every day. Gooligan is present in at least 86 Android apps available from third-party marketplaces. It can also find its way onto your…

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