- the malware also contains code that could be used to encrypt files stored on your device and demand money to unencrypt them.
- once your device is infected, it’s almost impossible to get it out and
- if a mobile device doesn’t have proper mobile security in place it is virtually impossible to repel an attack of American Svpeng
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