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Android Malware on the Loose – Android.Hehe.A

Android Malware on the Loose – Android.Hehe.A

The name of this malware may sound funny, but what it can do to your mobile, may […]

Apr 1, 2014     6 Comments
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Latest Mac malware on the rise, hides in networked printer directory

A new variant of Mac malware has been discovered and it is beginning to spread to Apple […]

Feb 20, 2013     2 Comments
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Massive Android botnet invades China: Could India be the next target?

A massive Trojan botnet has been discovered in Android devices in China and this serves as a […]

Jan 21, 2013     25 Comments
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The persistent threat of PC malware: Top Windows malware families of 2012

2012 has seen various malware threats and international cyberespionage tools evolve to new heights. However, the PC […]

Jan 9, 2013     23 Comments
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The growing threat of mobile malware: Top Android malware families of 2012

The open-source nature of the Android platform is its biggest strength and Achilles heel at the same […]

Jan 8, 2013     74 Comments
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‘Fake Payment Confirmation’ scam emails

A series of new spam emails that target computer users and attempt to infect them with a […]

Oct 31, 2012     16 Comments
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Beware of Fake Complaint Emails from BBB

Another email scam that uses the name and logo of the Better Business Bureau (BBB) has continued […]

Oct 18, 2012     2 Comments
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How to get your kids interested in cyber security?

Getting less tech-savvy family members, especially teenagers and younger children, interested in computer security is a thankless […]

Oct 10, 2012     76 Comments
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The different types of malware seen in the wild

We repeatedly speak about the different techniques that attackers use to infect machines with malware. We also […]

Sep 25, 2012     3 Comments
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Security news updates from the last week

Microsoft releases ‘Fix it’ tool for IE vulnerability Microsoft has released a temporary “Fix it” tool for […]

Sep 21, 2012     5 Comments
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    Clickjacking is a technique used by an attacker to inject malicious code in clickable content in websites. Clickjacking is usually done to record the victim’s clicks on the Internet or drop a malware infection on the system.