1. 'Agent Smith' malware infects more than 25m Android devices  Siliconrepublic.com
  2. 'Agent Smith' Android malware infected 25M devices  Mashable
  3. How to tell if you’re one of the 25MILLION WhatsApp users with fake ‘hacked’ version of the app  The Sun
  4. Malicious apps infect 25 million Android devices with 'Agent Smith' malware  Phys.org
  5. 25 Million Android Phones Infected With Fake Apps  Silicon UK
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The malware disguised itself as the Google Updater and modified apps such as WhatsApp, Opera Mini, and Flipkart.The malware disguised itself as the Google Updater and modified apps such as WhatsApp, Opera Mini, and Flipkart.

'Agent Smith' Android malware infected 25M devices

Malicious apps from a campaign called "Agent Smith" have been downloaded to 25 million Android devices, according to new research by cyber-security firm Check Point.

Malicious apps infect 25 million Android devices with 'Agent Smith' malware

WHATSAPP users are being warned over a dangerous type of "malware" that swaps your chat app with a hacked version. Experts warn that 25million WhatsApp users who own Android smartphones have been affected – putting them at risk of being spied on by hackers.WHATSAPP users are being warned over a dangerous type of “malware” that swaps your chat app with a hacked version. Experts warn that 25million WhatsApp users who own Android smartphones…

How to tell if you're one of the 25MILLION WhatsApp users with fake 'hacked' version of the app

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Agent Smith malware hijacks legit apps on more than 25 million Android devices

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'Agent Smith' malware replaces legitimate installed apps (such as WhatsApp) with malicious versions

25 Million Android Phones Infected With Fake Apps | Silicon UK Tech News

Agent Smith Android Malware Downloaded 25m+ Times. Check Point warns of sophisticated adware Agent Smith Android Malware Downloaded 25m+ Times. Check Point warns of sophisticated adware

Agent Smith Android Malware Downloaded 25m+ Times - Infosecurity Magazine

A malware that replaces code on popular apps with its own malicious code has been discovered on millions of Android devices.A malware that replaces code on popular apps with its own malicious code has been discovered on millions of Android devices.

‘Agent Smith’ malware infects more than 25m Android devices

Agent Smith has taken over more than 25 million Android devices in newly found malware that is rampantAgent Smith has taken over more than 25 million Android devices in newly found malware that is rampant

25 million Android devices hijacked by 'Agent Smith' malware

New ad-inserting malware has been millions of devices worldwide, the US inquiry into France's digital tax could pave the way for a trade warNew ad-inserting malware has been millions of devices worldwide, the US inquiry into France's digital tax could pave the way for a trade war

'Agent Smith' Android malware has infected 25 million devices | WIRED UK

A new type of mobile malware that secretly replaces popular apps like WhatsApp on people’s phones has already infected more than 25 million devices, security researchers have revealed. Dubbed ‘Agent Smith’, the malware exploits vulnerabilities within the Android operating system to automatically replace installed apps with a malicious version without the user realising.A new type of mobile malware that secretly replaces popular apps like WhatsApp on people’s phones has already infected more than 25 million devices, security researchers have revealed. Dubbed ‘Agent

'Agent Smith' malware that secretly replaces WhatsApp spreads to 25 million phones | The Independent

The malware forces hacked apps in your phone instead of stealing your dataThe malware forces hacked apps in your phone instead of stealing your data

Nearly 25 Million Phones Have Been Infected By The New ‘Agent Smith’ Malware! - Tech - Mashable India

A new variant of mobile malware dubbed “Agent Smith” has already infected 25 million devices, 15 million of which are in India.A new variant of mobile malware dubbed “Agent Smith” has already infected 25 million devices, 15 million of which are in India.

Agent Smith Android malware infiltrates 25 million devices| SC Media

We tested several antivirus apps for Android. Here are some of the most secure and easiest to use.We tested several antivirus apps for Android. Here are some of the most secure and easiest to use.

Best Antivirus Apps for Android in 2019 | Android Central

The malware currently uses its broad access to the devices' resources to show fraudulent ads for financial gain.There has also been a noticeable number of infected devices in the UK, Australia and the US as wellThe malware currently uses its broad access to the devices' resources to show fraudulent ads for financial gain.There has also been a noticeable number of infected devices in the UK, Australia and the US as well

'Agent Smith' malware infected 15 million Android devices in India

According to recent reports, it seems that there is a nasty piece of Android malware floating about that can replace your regular apps with "evil" versions.Smartphone malware is something that we imagine will never go away, and all we can do is just be smart about how we use our phones and manage our downloads. Unfortunately, it seems that a recent report has revealed that about 25 million Android phones might have been infected with a malware known as "Agent Smith". According to cybersecurity researchers at Check Point, this is a particularly interesting malware because what it does is that it can replace the apps on your smartphone with "evil" versions of the app, which will serve up ads which sends money back to the hackers, which means that in a way, you're kind of helping to fund their activities. The malware is said to disguise itself as a Google-related update, and it also has the ability to hide its own app icons which means that users will have no idea what's going on, where it then can be used to replace legitimate apps on your phone with its own version without the user's knowledge. So far, some of the big-name apps that have

BEWARE: 'Agent Smith' malware will replace your Android apps with 'evil' versions

According to recent reports, it seems that there is a nasty piece of Android malware floating about that can replace your regular apps with "evil" versions.Smartphone malware is something that we imagine will never go away, and all we can do is just be smart about how we use our phones and manage our downloads. Unfortunately, it seems that a recent report has revealed that about 25 million Android phones might have been infected with a malware known as "Agent Smith". According to cybersecurity researchers at Check Point, this is a particularly interesting malware because what it does is that it can replace the apps on your smartphone with "evil" versions of the app, which will serve up ads which sends money back to the hackers, which means that in a way, you're kind of helping to fund their activities. The malware is said to disguise itself as a Google-related update, and it also has the ability to hide its own app icons which means that users will have no idea what's going on, where it then can be used to replace legitimate apps on your phone with its own version without the user's knowledge. So far, some of the big-name apps that have

BEWARE: 'Agent Smith' malware will replace your Android apps with 'evil' versions

More than 25 million Android phones have been infected by the new malware "Agent Smith," masquerading as popular apps such as WhatsApp, Opera Mini, and Flipkart.Security researchers at Check Point have named it Agent Smith because of the sneaky methods it uses to attack a device and avoid detection. The malware operates by replacing portions of apps with its own malicious code.More than 25 million Android phones have been infected by the new malware "Agent Smith," masquerading as popular apps such as WhatsApp, Opera Mini, and Flipkart.Security researchers at Check Point have named it Agent Smith because of the sneaky methods it uses to attack a device and avoid detection. The malware operates by replacing portions of apps with its own malicious code.

25Mn+ Android Phones Hit By Malware Disguised As WhatsApp, Opera, Flipkart

More than 25 million Android phones have been infected by the new malware "Agent Smith," masquerading as popular apps such as WhatsApp, Opera Mini, and Flipkart.Security researchers at Check Point have named it Agent Smith because of the sneaky methods it uses to attack a device and avoid detection. The malware operates by replacing portions of apps with its own malicious code.

25Mn+ Android Phones Hit By Malware Disguised As WhatsApp, Opera, Flipkart