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In February 2012, we blogged about Android.Bmaster (a.k.a. Rootstrap), which infected hundreds of thousands of devices. At that time, it was the largest mobile botnet documented to date. Recently, the Bmaster botnet has been overtaken by the newly uncovered MDK botnet. Dubbed as Android.Troj.mdk, Kingsoft believes it is hidden in more than 7,000 apps and […]

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Some early adopters of Google+ have found themselves bombarded with multiple notification messages in their email, due to a bug in the social networking’s code after the site – astonishingly – ran out of disk space. Vic Gundotra, Senior Vice-President of Social for Google, posted an apology (appropriately enough) on his Google+ account to those […]

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Warnings are being posted across Facebook, warning users to beware messages from friends that invite them to “Visit the New Facebook”. Although these messages are being shared by Facebook users with the best of intentions, the warning about the risk of being locked out of your own Facebook account may in fact be more of […]

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The Multi-Model Database:
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