The company's analysis revealed that when these applications are activated, they can automatically transmit not only a person's telephone number, their e-mail address and the phone's ID number, but also the personal names, telephone numbers and e-mail addresses of contacts stored on the smartphone's address book. Although the creators of these applications aren't well known, the stolen information was sent to the same domestic server. When users download the malicious applications, a message pops up on the display screen requesting permission for access to contact information. What ever the malicious application was immediately deleted from Android market. For additional information click here.
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