Adware, or malicious programs designed to serve ads and gain user information, aren't exactly new, especially on Android. Most are a nuisance at best, but some do make a lot of damage. Security firm FireEye has stumbled on yet another one of the latter class. Dubbed Kemoge, from the command and control or CnC server that it communicates with, this particular malware has one rather frightening ability beyond incessantly flooding you with ads. It can actually root vulnerable devices, which practically gives hackers a direct open door into the device.