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The antimalware apps from the following 79 vendors detected less than 30% of the Android malware samples, or had a very high false alarm rate on popular clean files from the Google Play Store: AndroHelm, ANTI VIRUS Security, ARSdev, AVC Security Joint Stock Company, AZ Super Tools, Baboon Antivirus, Best Apps Collection, BKAV, Booster Antivirus, Brainiacs Apps, Bsafe Labs, BSM SECURITY, CA Uber Apps, chkitham, CHOMAR, devapp81, Ellena Rehman, Fast Tool Mobile Apps, fluer-apps.com, Gamma+ Labs, Glagah Studio, GO Security, Gotechgo, GPaddy, AV Antivirus Security Ltd, Green Booster, H2, Hawk App, Hornet Mobile Security, Iobit, ITIanz iT Solution, Itus Mobile Security, Kara Inc., K-TEC Inc., lal bazai, LINE, looptop, Master VPN, Max Antivirus Lab, Max Security, Mobi Fox, MobiCluster, MSYSOFT APPS, Muel Dev., My Android Antivirus, NCN-NetConsulting Ges.m.b.H., NetLink, NOAH Security, Nozzle Ltd, NP Mobile Security, Octa apps, OG Kush, Oriwa, Power Antivirus, Pro Tool Apps, Puce, Radiant Apps World, Rgamewallpaper, Security & Antivirus for Android, Security and Protector for Mobile, ShieldApps, Simply Fantabulous, smallapp, SmartToolsApps, Super Security, TAPI Security Labs, Topi Maxi Group, ToTo Studio, TransApp, UFGAMES, Vasa Pvt Ltd, VSAR, W4VN Team, We Make It Appen, Wingle Apps, Womboid Systems, xplus apps, ZeroApp Ltd., and Zillya! Mobile.We consider those apps to be risky, as they are either dubious/deceptive or unsafe/ineffective. In a few cases the apps are simply buggy, e.g. because they have poorly implemented a third-party engine. Some apps are clearly dubious, detecting only a handful of very old Android malware samples, and allowing all apps which contain certain strings, making them likely to pass some quick checks and thus be accepted by the app stores.
List of risky apps according to AV-ComparativesPlease, for your own safety and peace of mind, see if any of apps below are currently on your mobile devices. AV-Comparatives considers each of these to be either risky, dubious, deceptive, unsafe, ineffective, or buggy.....TAPI Security Labs...
When the worm is executed, it creates the following files: %System%/sIRC4.exe %System%/marijuana.txt Note: The file contains the word Marijuana in ASCII art. The worm creates the following registry entry: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\"Shell" = "Explorer.exe sIRC4.exe"
LASTxRITES said:I'm not trying to cause a pandemic of "me too's", I'm just trying to figure out why after using that same av app this whole time (from the 1st time opening the app EVER, till now) that all of a sudden I started getting the warning after 1 update. I'll try another av app and see what happens, but that still won't explain the SUDDEN problem I developed.
I'm not trying to cause a pandemic of "me too's", I'm just trying to figure out why after using that same av app this whole time (from the 1st time opening the app EVER, till now) that all of a sudden I started getting the warning after 1 update. I'll try another av app and see what happens, but that still won't explain the SUDDEN problem I developed.