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Shylock (a.k.a. The Merchant of Malice) is one of the most sophisticated banking Trojan horse programs presently occupying the financial fraud threat landscape. From its humble beginnings in 2011, it has seen increased infections in the United Kingdom, Italy, and the United States. This is consistent with the increased number of targeted financial institutions over […]

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The evolution of Android malware has made incontestable progress in the last few years and it often follows in the footsteps of PC-based malware, except that it happens at an accelerated pace.Often, malicious apps gain control of a system in several steps, using different modules. There is typically only one initial module which, once it […]

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The AVG threat research lab expects no radically new web threats in 2012, but rather refinements of existing scams and malicious techniques. We expect business-as-usual for the dark side, although there seems to be some small successes in fighting the bot nets that distribute vast amounts of spam (including that containing malcode.) In 2011, Microsoft […]

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