Author Topic: Does avast flag a variant of Android/DroidRooter.AC potentially unsafe?  (Read 4915 times)

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See detections of to-day: http://lists.clean-mx.com/pipermail/viruswatch/20150221/253101.html
See: https://www.virustotal.com/nl/url/875ccd9971dc974e4bce77ca7a1523ff3703f9a86d096f53185a0ea9cfdc24eb/analysis/1424520688/
See: https://www.virustotal.com/nl/file/fde9146680262fe5737b14b86b85a8e50e5525e27e10f96868be250ef4be424e/analysis/1424079794/
The file being studied is Android related! APK Android file more specifically. The application's main package name is com.tencent.android.qqdownloader. The internal version number of the application is 5202129. The displayed version string of the application is 5.2. The minimum Android API level for the application to run (MinSDKVersion) is 7. The target Android API level for the application to run (TargetSDKVersion) is 17.

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