[HackerNews] This New Android Malware Can Gain Root Access to Your Smartphones

An unidentified threat actor has been linked to a new Android malware strain that features the ability to root smartphones and take complete control over infected smartphones while simultaneously taking steps to evade detection.
The malware has been named “AbstractEmu” owing to its use of code abstraction and anti-emulation checks to avoid running while under analysis. Notably, the global mobile

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