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The malware called PhoneSpy invades the privacy of Android users.

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Android users should be aware of some new viruses. PhoneSpy is the name of the malware, and Zimperium claims that its zLabs research team has uncovered 23 apps that are being used to spread it; thousands of devices have been affected thus far.

“These malignant Android applications are intended to run quietly behind the scenes,” Zimperium says…

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