Trojan:Android/GoldenEagle records phone call information and silently sends an SMS message to a specified number; it also aborts broadcasts of received SMS messages containing specific content.
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On execution,Trojan:Android/GoldenEagle will silently run services in the backgrond and record phone call information, which it stores in a location on the device's memory or SD card.
It also sends an SMS containing the following text:
to a specified phone number, 18801206738.
To prevent the victim from becoming suspicious, broadcast of received messages containing remote commands that begin with "..>" are aborted.