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The Cert in or the Indian Computer Emergency Response Time alert and warn Android users about an Android malware called Daam; the purpose of this malware is to infect the sensitive information of the user and access all the information, including the calls, history, contacts and including a camera in the android devices.
As per the most recent advice from the national cyber security organisation, this malware can bypass antivirus programmers and deploy malware on targeted Android devices.
Furthermore, the Cer In described that the Daam malware is distributed via a third-party website or applications that an unknown source has installed.
The virus aims to pass the device’s security check after installation. Once the process is successful, it tries to access and steal sensitive data and rights like bookmarks, reading, and history, sometimes deactivating the background process and reading call logs, and many other things according to the alert.
Daam is dangerous; the things that make the Dream hazardous are its capability to hack phone calls, access contacts, record phone calls, and access the Android device camera; in addition, this has the capability of modifying the device passwords, screen capturing, stealing the SMSes and also access the files downloading and unloading of the files.
According to the advisory reports, the malware can also send confirmation from the victim’s Android device to the command and control servers. This is advised to use the advanced encryption standards encryption algorithms to code the files in the victim’s mobile device.
According to the advisory news, the ransom note that reads “readme-no.txt” and all the encrypted files with the “.end” extensions are the only things left on the victim’s Android devices after all the contents on the local storage have been destroyed.

Cert-In, the government’s cyber security organisation, has issued a “warning” to all Android device owners.

The Cert in or the Indian Computer Emergency Response Time alert and warn Android users about an Android malware called Daam; the purpose of this malware is to infect the sensitive information of the user and access all the information, including the calls, history, contacts and including a camera in the android devices.
As per the most recent advice from the national cyber security organisation, this malware can bypass antivirus programmers and deploy malware on targeted Android devices.
Furthermore, the Cer In described that the Daam malware is distributed via a third-party website or applications that an unknown source has installed.
The virus aims to pass the device’s security check after installation. Once the process is successful, it tries to access and steal sensitive data and rights like bookmarks, reading, and history, sometimes deactivating the background process and reading call logs, and many other things according to the alert.
Daam is dangerous; the things that make the Dream hazardous are its capability to hack phone calls, access contacts, record phone calls, and access the Android device camera; in addition, this has the capability of modifying the device passwords, screen capturing, stealing the SMSes and also access the files downloading and unloading of the files.
According to the advisory reports, the malware can also send confirmation from the victim’s Android device to the command and control servers. This is advised to use the advanced encryption standards encryption algorithms to code the files in the victim’s mobile device.
According to the advisory news, the ransom note that reads “readme-no.txt” and all the encrypted files with the “.end” extensions are the only things left on the victim’s Android devices after all the contents on the local storage have been destroyed.