NandroBox.A sends out SMS messages to a specific number, and then intercept incoming messages from that number to cover its track.
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When launched, NandroBox.A displays a page that notifies the user of a list of terms and conditions. Once the user has clicked 'Confirm,' it sends out the device's IMEI number and other information to a remote site in XML format.
Screenshots of NandroBox.A
Next, it sends an SMS message to 1065800815747, with content that follows this format: XXX, game_id, version, 0, channel. To cover its track, the malware will intercept all messages from the aforementioned number.
Details for SMS messages that NandroBox.A is instructed to send