During a demonstration Fireye used a Samsung Galaxy S4, running Android 4.4.2, loaded with antivirus software Sony SRS-XB40 has a built-in multi-coloured line light, speaker lights and a flashing strobe.
It features 24 hours of battery life and claims to be a 'mini-disco on the move'.
Depending on the permissions the hacker is requesting, this means they can take a photo using the phone’s camera.
The photo filenames can also reveal the GPS co-ordinates of the user (pictured).
They use this to push traffic from the advertiser’s server to their own ‘attack’ server.
Once the phone is running on the attack server, the hacker can generate fake messages to appear each time a selected app is opened Greg Day, chief technical officer at Fireye in Europe, the Middle East and Africa told Mail Online: 'While it is up to the developers to fix the bugs within apps, and the phone, consumers need to update their apps and operating systems as and when the updates come along.
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These libraries, which are used across apps to show adverts on the device, can be exploited by hackers to take complete control of Android phones and tablets - even if they're running antivirus software.
The vulnerability was found in the ad libraries used on popular Android apps (selection pictured) by researchers from California-based Fireye.
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