Malware is something that has been present on many different Android phones such as unlocked Samsung Galaxy S II, over the course of the last few years. The recent addition to the device, a number of safeguards, to ensure that you’re able to put together a good array of different applications without having to worry at all about malware and adware. The entry market is one that has taken great steps to ensure that there is no harmful software that is rather their marketplace, but it appears that if you have snuck by in recent times. The new application that is causing so much trouble will disguise itself as the Google+ application, and then has the capability to record your phone calls, and other information through the GPS software that is installed on the phone.
Yeah will install itself on various Android phones such as unlocked Sony Ericsson Xperia pro, making users think that it is a Google+ application, and will even utilize the Google+ icon to get users to download the application. This new version of the old software ANDROIDOS_NICKISPY.A, and .B. this new version of the device is called the .C version. It will be interesting to see how quickly they are able to get rid of the software on all of the different phones. At this point, it does not appear that the phone is all that widespread at this point, and is not currently listed in the interim marketplace. This is only installing on various handsets that were used by visitors that visited a malicious website. Removal of the app is just as easy as uninstalling the application and there is nothing more to it than that. It will be interesting to hear what kind of changes were made to the software in order to get it to stick with previous versions of the software ran on the operating system. Android malware is something that has been running rampant as of late and continues to be a problem that Google is doing what.