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As I mentioned in a post last week, there was an interesting malvertising component involved as one of the “prongs” of a large malware attack, and it was worth a post of its own. (Any time a big site like the L.A. Times is involved in a malware campaign, it’s newsworthy, and it’s not alone […]

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Avid readers of this blog can attest that we have been documenting a number of noteworthy and malicious binaries affecting smartphones, and those running on Android, specifically, are taking most of the brunt from these threats. One malware we have featured is called OpFake, a family of Trojans posing as a free app, which are […]

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Thanksgiving is coming up this weekend in the US. It’s a holiday of gluttony and family time, celebrating the end of the summer’s harvest. To coincide with the holiday, The Atlantic have come up with a cute challenge for all of us who will be hanging out at our parents’ home: “Update your Parents’ Browser […]

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