Multiple applications available in the Official Android Market were found to contain malware which could compromise a significant amount of personal data. More than 50 applications, released under the developer names “Kingmall2010″, “we20090202″, and “Myournet”, have been found to be infected with a new type of Android malware called DroidDream.
See The Lookout Blog for the full list of apps.
- DroidDream Becomes Android Market Nightmare from PCWorld
- Aftermath of the Droid Dream Android Market malware attack from NakedSecurity
- Google vanishes ‘DroidDream’ malware from citizen phones from The Register