1. The Indian government has warned about a new malware called DogeRAT that is targeting Android users in India.

The malware is distributed via social media and messaging platforms, disguised as legitimate apps.

DogeRAT can track device location, record audio, steal contact information, and access call logs.

It can also make unauthorized payments, modify files, and remotely capture photos.

The malware can be installed by clicking on a malicious link or downloading a fake app.

Government officials have been advised to not install unknown third-party apps and only download from official app stores.

They should also avoid clicking on links in messages and emails from unknown senders.

Users should keep their phones updated with the latest software and install an antivirus app.

DogeRAT is a sophisticated malware that can be used for a variety of malicious purposes.

Users should be aware of the risks and take steps to protect themselves.