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Android phones with fake Netflix malware pre-installed

March 5th 2014 in Uncategorized

Do you own the following products? If so, you might want to read this article…

SAMSUNG GT-N8013 Galaxy Note tablet, SGH-1727 Galaxy S III phone, SCH-1605 Galaxy Note 2 phone, SGH-1337 Galaxy S4 phone, SGH-1747 Galaxy S III phone, SCH-1545 Galaxy S4 phone
MOTOROLA Droid Razar, Droiz 4, Droid Bionic
ASUS A Eee PadA Transformer TF101, Memo Pad SmartA MT301
LG Electronics Next 5

http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9246764/Pre_installed_malware_found_on_new_Android_phones


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