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We’ve seen a number of cases wherein phishers have used compromised Twitter accounts to send direct messages (DMs) to their followers. We’re now beginning to see this same tactic used in Facebook in the form of private messages (PMs), and this isn’t just some spam mail in your inbox claiming you have received a “private message”.As of […]

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Android malware has been around for a while now, but it has been somewhat uncertain how prevalent infected devices are. The Wildlist has been used as a measure to show which viruses are prevalent. What is interesting about the first Extended Wildlist in August 2011 is the inclusion of three pieces of Android-based malware. I […]

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Hot on the heels of last week’s malicious attachment spam, we are now observing another large malicious spam campaign – this time without attachments. Like the majority of last week’s campaigns, this spam is being sent out from the Cutwail botnet. The message arrives as a fake Facebook friend invite notification. The message looks convincing, […]

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