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We’ve been seeing cases of malware that first debuted on other operating systems being ported over to Android. Here’s another trojan that fits the bill. Opfake was first found on Symbian and Windows Mobile. In its latest incarnation on Android, the trojan (still) appears to be an Opera Mini app…whose only permission request is to […]

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Is your site infected with malware, and you can’t find it anywhere? It might be a good idea to search outside of your web directory, and look in your main configuration files (specially if you are on a dedicated/VPS server).We are seeing an increased number of infected sites with malicious iframes, similar to this one: […]

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A good deal of this year’s mobile malware was developed in China. And Chinese mobile malware tends to include stuff such as backdoors, password stealers and spy tools. Knowing that Chinese malware likes to spy, we’ve been keeping an eye out for various functions, such as photo scraping. Stealing photos from a phone could be […]

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