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No Winners at QR Code Roulette
Last year a friend had a bright idea for a party game that involved a series of...
Rooting Exploit for Android Works Silently
In our last blog about Android malware, we discussed the expanding threat landscape for Android malware. Recently,...
Spitmo vs Zitmo: Banking Trojans Target Android
SpyEye and Zeus are probably the most prevalent and active Trojan “banker” families seen in the wild....
Why Does My Car Have Its Own Smartphone?
You would be surprised at the number of places you can find a GSM SIM card. Outside of...
Dissecting Zeus for Android (or Is It Just SMS Spyware?)
Zeus, also known as ZBot, is one of best-known malware in the industry. The main purpose of...
Responses to Cybercrime in Japan and France
This week the Sorbonne University and the French Department of Justice hosted a meeting, the World and...
Mac ‘Protector’: Another Fake-Alert in Disguise
It’s not breaking news that fake-alert Trojans infections are growing. But it’s worrying for Mac OS X...
Fake-Alert Scams Growing Again
Fake-alert Trojans, also known as scareware, fool consumers by claiming imaginary threats, and insisting its victims purchase...
I Smell a RAT: Java Botnet Found in the Wild
Most of today’s malware works on Windows and its apps, because it can affect a lot of...
Drive-By Downloads Attack Adobe Zero-Day Flaw
Adobe released a security advisory warning the users of a zero-day vulnerability in Adobe Flash Player Versions...
5, 4, 3, 2, 1: Osama Bin Laden Death Scams
I suppose this was inevitable. The reported death of Osama Bin Laden is just too good a...
LizaMoon the Latest SQL-Injection Attack
Working in the security industry brings about a myriad of challenges. This is especially true for vendors....
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