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Since the beginning of the year, Japanese one-click fraud scammers have continued to pump new apps onto Google Play and the market has struggled to keep itself clean. Though many are removed on the day they are published, some remain for a few days. Although they have short lives, the apps must provide ample profit […]

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Jumcar stands out from other malicious code developed in Latin America because of its particularly aggressive features. At the moment three generations of this malware family exist, which basically use symmetric algorithms in the first and second generation, and an asymmetric algorithm in the third. In this manner the configuration parameters are hidden, progressively increasing […]

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Any malicious code that has infected 25,000 computers–60% of them in the United States–and achieved a spam rate of 80 million messages per hour, which in turn lead to 1,400 compromised websites, is a threat worthy of analysis. Such is the case with the malware we detect as Win32/TrojanDownloader.Zortob.B. This computer Trojan can steal credentials […]

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