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Wi-Fi routers are being hit by a dangerous new Android malware with extra DNS hacks



A new Android app has been found tricking unsuspecting users (even those with clean devices) into visiting malicious versions of popular websites, where they might end up giving away their login credentials, or even worse – money. 

The findings come courtesy of Kaspersky, which found a malicious Android app carrying the Wroba.o/Agent.eq (a.k.a Moqhao, XLoader) malware was being distributed. 



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