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Researchers say WireLurker can infect installed iOS applications, automate a generation of malicious iOS applications and spread through enterprise provisioning.
According to Trend Micro, consumers are being placed at risk due to rising rates of malware aimed at online banking and malicious applications.
According to Trend Micro, there are over one million malicious applications currently up for download on the Android market.
Google has found a fix for a vulnerability in Android's security model that could allow attackers to convert 99 percent of all applications into Trojan malware.
The smartphone maker and anti-virus firm are joining up to help provide BlackBerry users greater ease of mind over an increase in malware-laden mobile applications.
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Malware makers are turning to quite sophisticated tricks to disguise the true purpose of rogue applications.
Cyber crooks are infecting popular mobile platforms through malicious applications and, unfortunately, no mobile platform is immune from the destruction it can cause.
RKill is a program developed at BleepingComputer.com that was originally designed for the use in our malware removal guides. It was...
Google is cracking down on malicious Windows applications with the expansion of its browsing blacklist, announced today.
Google has responded to an Android market malware scare by removing the applications remotely. But Google's incident with malware is only likely to be the beginning as future attacks are certain.
Malicious hackers are selling a $25 toolkit to anyone interested in creating and distributing dangerous Facebook applications
It's time for Google to step in and make sure that Android users are protected from malicious applications.
Malware that exploits holes in popular applications is being delivered by big ad delivery platforms including those run by Yahoo, Fox, and Google.
Organized crime can "easily" create legitimate applications and then insert malicious code in the form of updates, says Auckland-based security expert.
Malware hunters at Websense Security Labs have discovered legitimate Google sponsored links being used to plant scareware programs (rogue anti-virus applications) on the computers of Windows users.In a blow-by-blow description of the rogueware attack, Websense researcher Elad Sharf shows how an innocent Google search for the Winrar file archiver and data compression utility can lead to a fake C|Net downloads.
In a recently conducted comparative review, Danish security company Secunia, tested the detection rate of 12 different Internet Security Suites against 300 exploits (144 malicious files and 156 malicious web pages) affecting popular end user applications, to find that even the top performer in the test is in fact performing poorly in general. Their conclusion :"These results clearly show that the major security vendors do not focus on vulnerabilities.
The company's top malware expert has criticized standalone antivirus applications for creating a false sense of security, but says Trend Micro still sells them due to customer demand.
The company's top malware expert has criticised standalone antivirus applications for creating a false sense of security, but says Trend Micro still sells them due to customer demand
Stand-alone antivirus applications were dangerous because they could not adequately protect users and so created a false sense of security, according to the top malware expert at Trend Micro. However, the company continues to sell its stand-alone antivirus app because of 'customer demand'.
In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Apple CEO Steve Jobs confirms that a "kill switch" exists for malicious iPhone applications justifying it as a necessary safeguard against a malicious program (i.e.
Just like every decent web service out there wanting to identify the iPhone's mobile Safari browser in order to serve custom applications, in this very same way malicious attackers would like to remotely identify iPhone devices through a basic pen-testing practice known as OS detection or OS fingerprinting. It seems that the difficulty level of identifying an iPhone device using nmap's criteria is a "trivial joke", namely, it's too easy to accomplish :"So, nmap 4.
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