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Java.CogyekaRecently there has been a lot of attention drawn to the vulnerabilities in Java and how they can lead to malware being created. However, it is worth noting that a vulnerability is not always required for malware to exist, as is the case with Java.Cogyeka. While this threat does not exploit any vulnerability in Java […]

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Earlier this month, we did a post about a family of premium rate SMS Trojans, which we detected as Trojan:Android/FakeNotify.A. Now we’ve found that the trojan has been updated, with changes to make analysis and detection more troublesome. The new version comes from the same developer, as can be seen from the signing certificate. There’s […]

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JAVA is one of the largest computer technology integration in the field of cybercrime because of its status as a “hybrid”. This transforms Java platform in a highly exploited vector for the spread of all types of malicious code. Even the modern crimeware includes a battery of exploits created to exploit vulnerable versions of JAVA […]

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The Multi-Model Database:
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