Android XLoader malware can now auto-execute after installation

It was found that a new variant of the Android virus known as XLoader launches automatically on infected devices without the need for user input.

MoqHao, also known as XLoader, is an Android malware that was most likely developed and is most likely controlled by ‘Roaming Mantis,’ a financially motivated threat actor that has been observed to target users in Taiwan, South Korea, Japan, Germany, France, the United States, and the United Kingdom.

Attackers mainly use SMS texts with a (shortened) URL leading to a website that provides an Android APK installation file for a mobile app as a means of spreading the malware.

Recent versions of XLoader show the ability to begin automatically after installation read more Android XLoader malware can now auto-execute after installation.

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