One of the world’s most prolific Android malware instances is still the most prevalent piece of malware more than two years after it first emerged. The capable trojan known as Ghost Push infects Android up to version five, aka Lollipop, still employed by about 57 per cent of all users. Ghost Push won’t run on Android version six, Marshmallow, and the recently released version seven Nougat which together account for about 10 per cent of Android devices.
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ORIGINAL SOURCE: The Register