New WAPDropper malware subscribes user to premium services without their permission

Security researchers are warning users about the new malware family WAPDropper that currently targets mobile users to subscribe them to legitimate premium services in Malaysia and Thailand without them giving their permission.

According to security researchers, the malware has two modules, with one module being responsible for fetching the second-stage malware from the server and another getting the premium dialer component.

To bypass CAPTCHA, WAPDropper uses the services of the Chinese company "Super Eagle".

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