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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 QR codes in...

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15 Minutes with… David O’Berry

Welcome to “15 minutes with” – an occasional contribution between myself and the movers-and-shakers within McAfee’s technical community. This week...

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Rooting Exploit for Android Works Silently

In our last blog about Android malware, we discussed the expanding threat landscape for Android malware. Recently, we received an...

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Spitmo vs Zitmo: Banking Trojans Target Android

SpyEye and Zeus are probably the most prevalent and active Trojan “banker” families seen in the wild. (Bankers steal bank...

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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 your mobile phone,...

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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 this malware is...

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Responses to Cybercrime in Japan and France

This week the Sorbonne University and the French Department of Justice hosted a meeting, the World and Development Institute (IMODEV) International...

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Mobile Device, Or Not? That Is The Question

For the last couple of weeks I’ve been presenting around the U.S. at events such as Secure360 in St. Paul,...

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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 users to find...

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Fake-Alert Scams Growing Again

Fake-alert Trojans, also known as scareware, fool consumers by claiming imaginary threats, and insisting its victims purchase a product to...

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