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Microsoft recently announced the shutdown of its popular IM client MSN Messenger, which will be replaced by Skype, but its end represents the beginning of malicious attacks posing as the installer of the software. Cybercriminals already started to use this fact in their attacks, registering malicious domains, buying sponsored links on search engines, tricking users […]

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These days, cybercriminals and other bad guys on the Internet may no longer have to use infostealing Trojans to gather data from users. Users intentionally posting pictures of their IDs, credit cards on Twitter and Instagram are already doing the job for them.I’ve been noticing several young people (and even adults) who post pictures of […]

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There seems to be a growing practice where malware authors boldly use similar package names and icons of popular apps for their malware, and then publish this malware on the official Android Market. Unsuspecting users might download this malware under the false pretense that they are getting the free/lite version of a legit app. Similar […]

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