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By now, most users can easily detect spammed messages, particularly those that attempt (and fail) at looking like legitimate notifications. However, some can look convincing, which is why a good social engineering education can be beneficial in the long run. We recently found an email sample pretending to be from the courier service UPS. The […]

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McAfee has been monitoring and reporting extensively on one-click-fraud malware for Android in Japan this year. These attacks, primarily on Google Play, have become more active recently. We have found about 400 fraudulent apps in July alone. We consistently report these issues to Google, which promptly revokes the apps, but the scammers never stop uploading […]

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 In a recent blog entry we covered how scammers continue to publish malicious apps on Google Play and how the Android app market is struggling to keep itself clean.In many cases it is difficult to quickly identify any malicious intent of applications and in-depth analysis is often required to be truly safe-a challenge for Google […]

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