Security researchers from Sophos Labs, have detected yet another bogus version of Angry Birds Space.
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Security researchers from Sophos, have spotted a bogus Chinese game, that's actually a trojan horse gathering sensitive information from infected devices, next to sending premium-rate SMS messages.
A ZeuS crimeware variant known as ZeuS Mitmo, has began targeting the two-factor authentication solution offered by the Polish ING bank.
Today's Malware Watch features a localized and spamvertised malware campaign, a malicious mobile application, and a case where an Ambulance dispatch system got infected with malware, resulting in system downtime.
A French group of security researchers has obtained the email addresses of 114,000 iPad users, who signed up for AT&T's 3G wireless service, relying on a flaw in AT&T's site which allowed them to automate the process. What are the security and privacy ramifications of this leak, if any?
Once pitched as an additional layer of security for E-banking transactions, two-factor authentication is slowly becoming an easy to bypass authentication process, to which cybercriminals have successfully adapted throughout the last couple of years.
Connectivity is addictive, and in my line of work it's a prerequisite for timely assessing the latest cybercrime incidents as they emerge in order to properly respond to them. Next to connectivity, I put mobility as the second most important success factor, in particular my ability to increase the average working time for my power-hungry laptop.
During the weekend, Google and T-Mobile pushed a patch fixing last week's disclosed security flaw affecting Google's Android. The flaw and the PoC were communicated to Google on October 20th, with the vulnerability itself made possible due to Android's use of outdated third-party software packages.