According to Internet security firm McAfee, which discovered the hack last week, the malware is thought to be a protest against the recent NSA surveillance scandal. Although the legitimate version of the app, available on Google Play, is clean, pirated versions on illegal download sites contain the Trojan, which was programmed to replace an image on the original with a photo of President Obama wearing earphones with a slogan, “Yes, we scan.”
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