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It's been a while since we looked at the Android malware space (I think the last one was here), so when someone asked about it yesterday, I pulled up some log traffic to take a look. It looks like Russia and China continue to be hotbeds for unofficial app download sites, where you're definitely taking […]

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My spam honeypots yesterday yielded a nice example of a spam attack being used to lure people to servers hosting the infamous Blackhole exploit kit, which we've blogged about several times in the last six months or so. The spam arrived the evening before. Here's how it looked: Clicking on one of the links took […]

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Time for a quick blog post on an attack we've been following for several weeks now. I've seen a few news articles and blog posts that could be describing it, at least in general terms (i.e., hacked WordPress sites redirecting victims to Fake AV malware sites), so let's flesh it out a bit. (It's also […]

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