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Surge in polymorphic attacks and malicious Android apps

22
Sep
2016
Surge in polymorphic attacks and malicious Android apps

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Users are over 20 percent less likely to encounter malware and other undesirable executable files than in 2015. The data, collected by Webroot, shows that, although the number of overall malware encounters is decreasing, malware attacks are more sophisticated and short-lived than ever before.

Many attacks appear, infect, and disappear within hours—even minutes—having successfully exfiltrated sensitive data, launched ransomware, or found other means to achieve financial gain.

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