Security experts say a new browser plug in can be used to bypass an Android botnet and disable an attack that uses a bot to spread malware.
The plug-ins are called Smart DNS and can be installed on any Android device, making them available on the Google Play store.
One popular way of installing a Smart DNS plug-on is via the Android operating system’s settings menu.
Users can then turn on the Smart DNS option by tapping the “Settings” button at the bottom of the screen.
However, the Android software developer community has also been sharing details about the new plug-ons, which it calls “discovery-driven plugins”.
The devices running these discovery-driven plug-offs will have the “discover-only” setting turned on by default.
In this way, the plug-off will only allow access to the device it is supposed to be running on.
Once this is done, users will be able to disable the plugoff by simply tapping the little “unblock” button on the bottom right corner of the “settings” menu.
Users can also disable the detection by tapping “disable detection” at the top of the settings menu or by tapping it again in the menu bar.
There are no specific instructions for using a Smart Domain DNS plug in.
Some security experts have been using the discovery-based plug-outs for some time, as the Android version of the plug in is designed to allow users to disable detection or allow detection, respectively.
Another popular discovery-powered plug-out is Google’s OpenSSL plugin, which is also widely used for plug-n-play attacks on Android devices.
While the discovery based plug-offer is available for some devices, it is currently not available on most Android devices and is not part of Google Play.
If you’re looking for a simple way to get the latest versions of these plug-overs onto your Android device and have a compatible browser plug, the Google Chrome browser plug is a good choice.
For those who want more security features and a better experience, we recommend using a VPN.