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#Malware : How to prevent turning your smartphone into a spyware zoo or ZooPark

ZooPark

Sometimes even a completely innocent-looking site with a good reputation can be harmful — criminals may find and exploit a vulnerability. For example, they can use the site for drive-by attacks, causing each visitor to download a file automatically (and unwittingly) as soon as they get to the site. For example, Android users interested in current events in the Middle East are at risk of getting a whole menagerie — ZooPark spyware — on their phones.

Kaspersky Lab has been following this malware since 2015, and it has learned a plethora of new tricks since then. The current, fourth version of this Trojan can steal almost any information from your smartphone, from contacts to call logs and info you enter by keyboard.

ZooPark spyware
ZooPark spyware

>> Here is the list of data that ZooPark can collect and send to its owners

Source : Kaspersky Lab

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