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Samsung Galaxy S4 Vulnerable to Malware

NewsFactor Network: A Ph.D student in Israel says adding an innocuous app to the non-secure area of Samsung's Knox architecture can lead to malware compromising the secure area due to the security breach. Samsung's Knox is a state-of-the-art, secure mobile architecture, ...
Cisco adds extra FirePOWER to enterprise security portfolio

- 2 months ago @ ri.search.yahoo.com: Solutions provide on malware protection, firewalls and threat analysis.

DARPA-funded team says it can SMELL Android malware

- 2 months ago @ ri.search.yahoo.com: There once was a racehorse called 'Hoof-Hearted' A trio of DARPA-backed Iowa State University researchers have developed a tool to help speed up android malware analysis.…

Hackers are attacking the Internet's backbone, says Cisco

- 2 months ago @ ri.search.yahoo.com: Brute force used to distribute denial-of-service malware.

Verizon's data breach report can't find any mobile malware - so is it all hype?

- 2 months ago @ ri.search.yahoo.com: "I got 99 problems and mobile malware isn't even 1 percent of them"

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Don't let malware get the upper hand

YourWestValley.com: The numbers and types of malware continue to increase and threaten to destroy your computer system and its security. I have seen this problem dozens of times in the past two to three years. I get a call from someone who is complaining of their computer ...

Google Play – Malware from the store

Luckily in the case of known malware, we have Bouncer and Verify Apps to help us out. Bouncer is Google's method of scanning apps on the Play store for malware. This includes being scanned as they're submitted or updated, as well as scanning past ...

Ad fraud Trojan updates Flash Player so that other malware can't get in

CIO: Someone call the malware antitrust commission: Recent versions of the Kovter ad fraud Trojan, which infects computers through Web-based exploits, close the door after themselves by updating Flash Player to the latest version. The new and somewhat ...

Ad fraud Trojan updates Flash Player so that other malware can't get in

ITworld: This is not the first time a malware program patched the flaws it used to get in. However, such cases are rare today because the cybercriminal underground economy is heavily service-based. Many malicious programs like Trojans don't have their own ...

Android ransomware accounts for 32 percent of all malware in the UK- The

Inquirer: Bitdefender issued the caution as part of its most recent research which found that approximately 32 percent of all reported malware in the UK during May was Android ransomware, up from 24 percent during the early months of 2015. "This sudden spike ...

Android ransomware accounts for 32 percent of all malware in the UK

Inquirer: Bitdefender issued the caution as part of its most recent research which found that approximately 32 percent of all reported malware in the UK during May was Android ransomware, up from 24 percent during the early months of 2015. "This sudden spike ...

Fatal malware threatening iPhones and iPads, says report

Mobile Choice: Security firm FireEye has published a report claiming that combinations of three lethal malware can effectively "demolish, break and hijack" iPhones and iPads. The firm claims that it notified Apple about such malware before publishing the report, and ...

Fatal malware threatening iPhones and iPads, says report

Mobile Choice: Security firm FireEye has published a report claiming that combinations of three lethal malware can effectively "demolish, break and hijack" iPhones and iPads. The firm claims that it notified Apple about such malware before publishing the report, and ...

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FBI: Beijing malware possibly behind OPM hack

WND.com: The message, known as a “flash” alert, provided technical details about the Sakula malware. It was apparently a resend of an identical memo sent out June 5, the day after the Obama administration first revealed the data breach at the Office of ...

FBI: Chinese malware possibly behind OPM hack | TheHill

The Hill: The message, known as a “flash” alert, provided technical details about the Sakula malware. It was apparently a resend of an identical memo sent out June 5, the day after the Obama administration first revealed the data breach at the Office of ...

FBI: Chinese malware possibly behind OPM hack

The Hill: The message, known as a “flash” alert, provided technical details about the “Sakula” malware. It was apparently a resend of an identical memo sent out June 5, the day after the Obama administration first revealed the data breach at the Office of ...

FBI alert discloses malware tied to the OPM and Anthem attacks

CSO Online: The security problems over at the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) are still the leading story in the news lately. Just last week the public learned that the breach might impact up to 32 million people, including current, former, and prospective ...

IPHONES AND IPADS..

Apple users at risk from Masque malware attacks, warns FireEye

V3.co.uk: Security firm FireEye has warned that iPhone users running out-of-date versions of iOS are vulnerable to Masque malware attacks that could be criminally exploited to ruin iPhones and iPads with malicious apps. A FireEye blog post said that users are ...

EVERY 17 SECONDS..

A New Malware Sample for Android Appears Every 17 Seconds

Softpedia News: In the first quarter of 2015, cybercriminals increased their efforts to create malware for the Android mobile platform to a degree that a new threat was recorded every 17 seconds by a security company. Cybercriminals have adapted to the trends of the ...

A New Malware Sample for Android Appears Every 17 Seconds - Softpedia

Softpedia News: In the first quarter of 2015, cybercriminals increased their efforts to create malware for the Android mobile platform to a degree that a new threat was recorded every 17 seconds by a security company. Cybercriminals have adapted to the trends of the ...

MOBILE MALWARE..

5000 New Mobile Malware Strains Appear Every Day

440,000 new Android malware strains appeared in the first quarter of 2015, which means that a new mobile malware strain for Android is discovered every 18 seconds—and 5,000 per day. That's the word from G DATA and its Q1 2015 Mobile Malware Report, ...

More than 440K new Android malware strains found in Q1, study finds

SC Magazine: More than 440,000 new strains of Android malware were discovered by security experts at G DATA analyzing data for the first quarter of 2015. That the company's Q1 2015 Mobile Malware Report found so many strains of malware, representing a 6.4 percent ...

Verizon's data breach report can't find any mobile malware - so is it all hype?

"I got 99 problems and mobile malware isn't even 1 percent of them"

ANTI MALWARE..

Malwarebytes anti-malware offers free upgrades to pirates | Digital Trends

Digital Trends: The whole point of this, is that Malwarebytes is upgrading its anti-malware software, so wants to move everyone over to the new system. Previously functioning pirate keys will not work after the upgrade, but the same goes for legitimate customers too ...

Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Premium configuration guide

There seem to be two camps of users when it comes to Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware application for the Windows operating system. Some user s swear on it and believe it is one of the best security programs for the operating system currently while others ...

Emsisoft Anti-Malware and Internet Security 10 betas now available

Emsisoft has announced that beta versions of Emsisoft Anti-Malware and Emsisoft Internet Security 10 are now available for testing. The headline improvement is in scan speed, with Emsisoft claiming a typical malware scan fell from 5 minutes 42 seconds to 57 seconds, an 83 percent drop. A new ability to set up multiple scheduled scans gives you far more flexibility. You can run quick scans every ...

ANDROID MALWARE..

Android malware is targeting your finances

ITProPortal: Some of the malware targets online banking and procedures such as money transfers, whereas other variants force calls to premium numbers, or extort the user (ransomware). Whatever the flavour, you can guarantee one thing, and that's the fact that you ...

Fraudsters target Nazi Android malware at Russian bank customers

Accomplices cuffed in fascist mobile zombie menace swoop Alleged members of a gang of "cyber-fascist" Android malware-slingers have been arrested in Russia.…

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