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    New Android virus buys apps without users’ awareness


    A new malware has been found in Android affecting China Mobile’s Mobile Market. The malware named MMarketPay.A, discovered by mobile security and piracy company TrustGo, buys paid apps and videos without users’ consent. The virus has been found in 9 China markets and have affected more than 100,000 Android devices, according to TrustGo report. TrustGo recommends users to only buy apps from trusted app stores and download a mobile security app which can scan malware in real-time.



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