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Android.Sumzand, currently one of the most active malware programs in Japan, has recently transformed itself into the “Sun Charger” app. Advertised through spam, this series of variants pretending to be apps that allow mobile devices to be charged by holding the display towards the sun has been quite successful in stealing contact details from a […]

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The security community has been focused on the new Java zero-day exploits that appear to have been taken from a Chinese exploit pack (known as Gondad or KaiXin) used in targeted attacks by the “Nitro” cyber-espionage campaign and then incorporated into criminal operations using the BlackHole Exploit Kit. While the connections between these developments are […]

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Nobody likes receiving a traffic ticket, but one with attached malware is a lot worse. We could get into a philosophical argument about which is truly more terrible – a traffic ticket that adds points to your license and raises your insurance rates, or malware that infiltrates your PC, insinuating itself into your most private […]

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