[HackerNews] DroidMorph Shows Popular Android Antivirus Fail to Detect Cloned Malicious Apps

A new research published by a group of academics has found that anti-virus programs for Android continue to remain vulnerable against different permutations of malware, in what could pose a serious risk as malicious actors evolve their toolsets to better evade analysis.
“Malware writers use stealthy mutations (morphing/obfuscations) to continuously develop malware clones, thwarting detection by

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