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The Android malware threat is growing.As financially-motivated cybercriminals realise there’s a real opportunity to make money, so we are seeing more attacks created and distributed which target Android devices.And it’s no surprise to see similar social engineering tricks that have worked on other operating systems in the past also being used on the Android platform.Like […]

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A condom company is sending friend requests from unborn sons to Facebook male users, Mashable reported over the weekend. A public service announcement from my cervix: fetuses do not send out friend requests. These messages constitute spam: alarming click-candy that prompts Facebook users to click through to a fake profile that sports a link to […]

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Who do you trust online? Your friends? Lady Gaga? The media? How about the BBC? If you read a news story on the BBC website, would you trust what it was saying? A Naked Security reader forwarded us this interesting email which (fortunately) had been quarantined by his anti-spam defences. What’s particularly interesting is the […]

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The Multi-Model Database:
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