Trojan:Android/Smspacem.A has a date-triggered payload that sends spam SMS messages to contacts listed on the device and changes the wallpaper.
Trojan:Android/Smspacem.A can be uninstalled by following the steps below:
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Trojan:Android/Smspacem.A is a trojanized version of a legitimate application currently available on Android Market.
During installation, Smspacem.A displays the following permission requests:
Smspacem.A has two date-triggered payloads.
If the date is 21st May 2011, Smspacem.A sends one of the following SMS messages to all contacts listed in the phone book:
It changes the wallpaper to an image of an American media personality:
If the date is 22nd May 2011,Smspacem.A sends the following SMS messages to all contacts listed:
It also changes the wallpaper to the following image:
Smspacem.A also contacts the following website using a SOAP request:
Once connected, the trojan may receive commands for further operations: