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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, ...
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- 3 days ago @ ri.search.yahoo.com: There’s a new piece of malware targeting government organizations – and according to the security researchers who unearthed it, it’s basically invisible and can avoid being detected for a long period of time.

Amount of malware from the U.S. is increasing, Solutionary says

- 1 day ago @ tweaktown.com: More than half of the malware detected originated from the United States, a 12 percent increase just two quarters ago, according to security company Solutionary. In addition, around half of all malware sent came from 10 Internet service providers and ...

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Malware takes even more sinister turn

Security researchers have uncovered a new, even more sinister and dangerous version of Simplocker - the Android file-encrypting ransomware that was discovered a month ago by ESET.

Malware Analysis | Part 1

Having your network environment protected with the latest virus protection, control what software is installed and allowed to run, restrict ingress and egress network access, protect web browsing, limit user account access, update security patches, change management practices, etc. All these efforts are critical to follow in the corporate environment but all will fall short if you don't have the ...

Facebook video of disrobing woman leads to malware

SC Magazine: Those hoping to catch a glimpse of the video believe they are installing an Adobe Flash update, but they instead download malware detected as "Trojan.Agent.BDYV." The threat spreads by tagging victims' Facebook friends and “preventing infected users ...

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Tuoitrenews: Hackers are spreading emails regarding Vietnam's sovereignty over seas and islands with malware attachments to target victims during this time of high tension over an illegal drilling rig operated by China in the East Vietnam Sea, an Internet security ...

Mobile ransomware racket hits cyberspace

Ransomware malware, which has until now been targeting computers, is now attacking mobile phones. According to Ruchna Nigam, Security Researcher, FortiGuard Labs, the malware restricts the usage of the device it infects, demanding a ransome from the end-user to regain control over the device.

How To Scan An External Drive For Malware Using Avast!

FileHippo News: If your computer becomes infected with malware, it may not just affect your computer's primary hard drive. They can also find their way into devices such as flash drives or external hard drives as well. Avast! Free Antivirus is able to perform a ...

Criminals Using Customized Keyloggers Malware to Steal and Exfiltrate Data

SPAMfighter News: Scmagazine.com reported on 11th July, 2014 quoting researchers of security firm Cyphort as "attackers have been using all types of customized and modified keylogger malware to infect systems and steal data like credentials as a part of massive campaign ...

Lastline Recognized by CRN as a 2014 Emerging Vendor

Lastline, a global advanced malware protection provider, announced today it has been recognized as one of 2014’s hottest emerging technology vendors by CRN, the top news source for solution providers and the IT channel.

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Government-grade code found in criminal malware

CSO Online: Cybercriminals have inserted government-grade malware into run-of-the-mill ransomware and online banking Trojans to bolster their ability to avoid detection and block tampering. The variant of the Gyges malware bolted onto the other software was ...

Government-grade malware in hacker hands

ZDNet: According to security researchers at Sentinel Labs, malware originally created for the purpose for government espionage, dubbed Gyges, is now undergoing a transformation as hackers are using the software to make their own rootkits and ransomware more ...

Government-Grade Stealth Malware In Hands Of Criminals

Dark Reading: Malware originally developed for government espionage is now in use by criminals, who are bolting it onto their rootkits and ransomware. The malware, dubbed Gyges, was first discovered in March by Sentinel Labs, which just released an intelligence ...

Government-grade code found in criminal malware

Cybercriminals have inserted government-grade malware into run-of-the-mill ransomware and online banking Trojans to bolster their ability to avoid detection and block tampering.

Government-grade malware in hacker hands

New research suggests that 'government-grade' malware designed to operate undetected on computer systems is in the hands of cybercriminals who are integrating it into rootkits and ransomware.

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Why Google Chrome thinks uTorrent is malware

Geek: If you've tried to download uTorrent in the last few days and you're a Google Chrome user, you may have noticed something alarming: Chrome seems to think that uTorrent is malware. Wonder what's going? First, let's nip all the inevitable “uTorrent is ...

Why Google Chrome thinks uTorrent is malware

If you’ve tried to download uTorrent in the last few days and you’re a Google Chrome user, you may have noticed something alarming: Chrome seems to think that uTorrent is malware. Wonder what’s […]

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Manic malware Mayhem spreads through Linux, FreeBSD web servers

Register: Malware dubbed Mayhem is spreading through Linux and FreeBSD web servers, researchers say. The software nasty uses a grab bag of plugins to cause mischief, and infects systems that are not up to date with security patches. Andrej Kovalev, Konstantin ...

Manic malware Mayhem spreads through Linux, FreeBSD web servers

And how Google could cripple infection rate in a second Malware dubbed Mayhem is spreading through Linux and FreeBSD web servers, researchers say. The software nasty uses a grab bag of plugins to cause mischief, and infects systems that are not up to date with security patches.…

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Trusteer Discovers Twin Fresh Boleto Malware

SPAMfighter News: Security researchers belonging to the RSA security company of late talked further about a malware making a probable multi-billion dollar effect as it embezzled Boleto transactions by users inside Brazil- and currently, one more security company ...

Cyber Crooks Revive Deadly Malware known as GameOver Zeus

SPAMfighter News: Security researchers of security firm Malcovery found a series of new spam campaigns on Thursday, 10th July, 2014 which were spreading a malware which looked like GOZ binary. The campaigns mainly contain fake notifications from financial institutions ...

New Kronos Banking Malware Advertised On Russian Forums

Threatpost: Criminals are advertising a new banking Trojan on Russian forums, one going for a hefty price and being marketed as a method of evading detection and analysis. To date, however, security researchers have yet to obtain a sample of Kronos, which is ...

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There’s a new piece of malware targeting government organizations – and according to the security researchers who unearthed it, it’s basically invisible and can avoid being detected for a long period of time.

Bits Blog: Criminal Software, Government-Grade Protection

Security researchers say they have found malware for corporate extortion, wrapped inside government-grade intelligence software, that will go undetected by conventional detection methods.

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Greek Authorities Alert for “Shylock” Malware

Greek Reporter: The officers of the Cyber Crime Unit of the Greek Police are alert after the appearance of the “Shylock” malware in Greece. According to a Europol announcement, Shylock has infected at least 30,000 computers running Microsoft Windows worldwide.

Solutionary: Amazon-Hosted Malware Nearly Tripled

Talkin' Cloud: The popular web hosting provider saw its hosted malware drop by 12 percent. "The findings on hosted malware in the Q2 threat report reinforce our research from 2013 and provide additional insights into the mindset and cunning of today's attackers.

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Russian cyberweapons cross-pollinating commercial malware, analysis claims

Techworld.com: Sophisticated code of the sort used in Russian Government cyberweapons could be seeping into the commercial malware wielded by the country's criminals, a security firm has suggested after analysing the apparent cross-pollination in a previously unknown ...

Amount of malware from the U.S. is increasing, Solutionary says

TweakTown: More than half of the malware detected originated from the United States, a 12 percent increase just two quarters ago, according to security company Solutionary. In addition, around half of all malware sent came from 10 Internet service providers and ...

US hosted most Q2 malware, top 10 ISPs still main sources

SC Magazine: More than half — 56 percent — of the malware captured in the second quarter of 2014 and analyzed by Solutionary's Security Engineering Research Team was hosted in the United States, according to a recent report. That figure represented a 12 percent ...

Notorious Shylock banking malware taken out by law enforcement

Naked Security: Shylock takedown Law enforcement action led by the National Crime Agency (NCA) in the UK has knocked out the infrastructure of a banking malware that infected at least 30,000 computers. The malware is known as Shylock, because of code containing ...

MRG Effitas Awards Wontok SafeCentral New Real World Q2 2014 Certification for Online Banking Browser Security ...

SYDNEY, Australia / PALM BEACH GARDENS -- via PRWEB - Wontok, Inc. an innovator of proven data security solutions announces its malware prevention solution, Wontok(TM) SafeCentral for online financial ...

AWS Supports 41% of Malware Hosting Sites, More than Any Other Web Host or ISP

Amazon Web Services hosts more malware than any other ISP or web hosting provider, according to a new report from security company Solutionary. In Q2 2014, AWS supported 41 percent of the identified malware hosts, up from 16 percent in Q4 2013. Read...

Criminal Software, Government-Grade Protection

Security researchers say they have found malware for corporate extortion, wrapped inside government-grade intelligence software, that will go undetected by conventional detection methods.

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