‘Unkillable’ Android malware can take over Android phones: What to do


Back in October, we warned you of a particularly nasty strain of Android malware called xHelper that had already infected 45,000 phones and seemed to be nearly impossible to remove. Even factory resets didn’t help. 

Now researchers from Kasperky have figured out just how xHelper makes itself “unkillable,” and also how to, well, kill it.



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