Android Trojan Hides On Phones, Steals Data, Inflates Phone Bills
As per F-Secure, a new Android Trojan named ADRD has been found in the wild. This Trojan has been concealed inside repackaged wallpaper-related applications hosted by a Chinese provider.
This Trojan once installed, will start to execute at every start-up and interferes with data connections. It can also access SD card as well as APN settings. It then sends the phone's info including IMEI and SIM ID to a remote host. Researchers have also detected a self-updater component, which can be downloaded and executed.
Here is an example of an infected application
An installed application infected with ADRD may show these permissions