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More than 200 Android apps masquerading as fitness, photo editing, and puzzle apps have been observed distributing spyware called Facestealer to siphon user credentials and other valuable information. “Similar to Joker, another piece of mobile malware, Facestealer changes its code frequently, thus spawning many variants,” Trend Micro analysts Cifer Fang, Ford Quin, and Zhengyu Dong […]

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Trojan subscribers represent a time-honored method of relieving Android users of their hard-earned cash. They infiltrate a smartphone under the guise of useful apps and secretly subscribe to paid services. More often than not, the subscription itself is genuine, only the user most likely does not need the service. The creators of such Trojans make […]

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Three security vulnerabilities have been disclosed in the audio decoders of Qualcomm and MediaTek chips that, if left unresolved, could allow an adversary to remotely gain access to media and audio conversations from affected mobile devices. According to Israeli cybersecurity company Check Point, the issues could be used as a launchpad to carry out remote […]

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