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Android.Exprespam was discovered at the beginning of January and has only been around for about two weeks, but the scammers seem to be having a lot of success with the malware already.  Symantec has acquired some data that has allowed us to get an idea of how successful Exprespam may be in scamming Android users […]

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In this blog post, I would like to introduce one variant of the widely spread malware family, often detected by avast! as “Reveton.” Reveton is classified as ransomware; a program which locks your computer and expects an action, usually the payment of money. Unless the desired amount of money is paid or the malicious application […]

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The latest DNSChanger deadline is rapidly approaching: July 9th. (The previous deadline was March 8th.) Just one week to go! What’s DNSChanger? DNSChanger is an ad-fraud botnet that the F.B.I. and Estonian authorities busted late last year in Operation Ghost Click. Operation Ghost Click? “Click” as in click-fraud. Altering DNS server settings allowed the gang […]

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