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SMS scammers targeting Android smartphone users are showing no sign of ceasing. As long as Android has a big chunk of the consumer market, threats targeting this OS will never go away. So far, we’ve seen bogus mobile Internet browsers, such as a fake Opera Mini (an OpFake malware) and a fake Firefox (a Boxer […]

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Recently we’ve seen a number of strange Facebook app pages promoting what claimed to be “San Andreas Multiplayer”. This of course refers to the still popular San Andreas incarnation of the Grand Theft Auto series. When the game first launched on PC in 2005, people wanted to play GTA: SA with others, but the core […]

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While gamers from North America and Europe are still waiting for the release of Diablo III this coming Tuesday (May 15), cybercriminals have already gone ahead and started taking advantage. We found a search result for the string “diablo 3 free download” leading to a survey scam — a scheme frequently seen deployed through Facebook. […]

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