A new Trojan have been discovered by the researchers of Kaspersky, these Trojans can not only get root access rights to an Android smartphone, but also take control of the device by injecting malicious code into the system library. if successful, it can then delete root access, which helps to avoid detection.
Kaspersky Lab reported the Trojan to Google, and it has now been, removed from the store. According to the company, the Trojan was downloaded more than 50, 000 times since March 2017. Researchers say the introduction of code-injection capability is a dangerous new development in mobile malware.
Dvmap was distributed as a game. To bypass the store’s security checks, the malware creators uploaded a clean app to the store at the end of March 2017. They then updated this with a malicious version for a short period of time, before uploading another clean version. in the space of four weeks, they did this at least five times, the company said.