Over the past several years, we have seen the proliferation of malware targeting mobile devices such as Android and iOS.
iScan Online announced an updated and enhanced suite of security scanning services.
259 new mobile threat families and variants of existing families were discovered by F-Secure Labs in the third quarter of 2013, according to the a new mobile threat report for July-September 2013.
The existence of another “master key” bug that can be used to push malware onto Android users has been publicly disclosed by Jay Freeman (a.k.a Saurik), the technology consultant and security researcher who unearthed the bug around the same time as the previous two were found and disclosed in July.
The Android banking Trojan known as Svpeng has been improved by its creators and is now capable to perform phishing attacks as well as stealing money directly from a victim’s bank account by executing commands from a remote C&C.
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