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I try to refrain from writing articles telling companies what they “need” to do largely because it’s a fairly silly and pointless exercise for someone who has no inside knowledge of a company’s inner workings to lecture it on the direction it should take. That said, as a mobile consumer who plays around with a […]

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In our previous blogs, [1], [2], [3], and [4], we described how a computer may become infected with OSX.Flashback.K and provided various statistics about infected computers. The purpose of this blog is to describe the inner workings of the threat. The ultimate goal of the OSX.Flashback.K Trojan is to generate money through ad-clicking. The threat […]

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When pop icon Björk, in an interview with the press, invited hackers and pirates to adapt her app from iOS to other platforms, it seems that some people who rose to the call had a hidden agenda in mind: to distribute malware. The evil twin routine, where an author creates a malicious doppelganger or pirated […]

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