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  • More than 200 million known malware samples
    Andreas Schmid - août 24, 2014

    McAfee Labs has released their June 2014 Threat report and for the first time in history the McAfee “zoo” has grown beyond 200 million samples of known malware. Unfortunately it doesn’t stop there. We see a continued rise of malware, with 236 new samples detected every minute, or close to 4 every second – representing […]

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  • Brazilian PUP Campaign MegaRapido Shows Unwanted Behavior
    Ankit Anubhav - août 22, 2014

    Some applications go too far in their attempt to get installed on users systems. Many of these fall into the potential unwanted program (PUP) category. One of these is MegaRapido, which primarily targets Brazilians. A recent sample we tested tries to connect to protectmedia.net, which is already marked as suspicious by McAfee SiteAdvisor. Instead of […]

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  • Beware of Impostor Android Apps Using Fake ID
    Alex Hinchliffe - août 15, 2014

    Recently discovered, an Android vulnerability called Fake ID allows apps to impersonate other apps by copying their identity. Each app has its own unique identity, as defined by the developers, after they create their public/private key pair. This identity is a digital certificate used to cryptographically sign the app package (.apk file for Android) to […]

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