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In a post last week regarding the new ‘hack’ against Mega, MegaPWN, we talked about the implementation of a GreaseMonkey script to avoid being a victim of a hack on Mega servers. The script would mainly look for changes in the “crypto-magic” performing JavaScripts loaded from Mega. I decided to give it a try and […]

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Android.FakeInstaller is a widespread mobile malware family. It has spoofed the Olympic Games Results App, Skype, Flash Player, Opera and many other top applications. This is not news in the mobile malware world, the FakeInstaller family is one of the most prevalent malware that we have analyzed. More than 60 percent of Android samples processed […]

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It's been a while since we looked at the Android malware space (I think the last one was here), so when someone asked about it yesterday, I pulled up some log traffic to take a look. It looks like Russia and China continue to be hotbeds for unofficial app download sites, where you're definitely taking […]

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