Posts Tagged ‘malware’

There’s a new Android malware doing the rounds, and it’s being installed by people who are going outside the Google Play Store for their apps.

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The latest Android security issue to crop up, shared by security firm ESET, comes in the form of a Trojan that targets the PayPal app, removing 1000 Euros from their accounts.

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Here’s how you can find and remove mshelper macOS process in Activity Monitor from your Mac the right way.

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Malware is something that we all need to be very aware of, even those of us using Apple’s Macs. Unfortunately, the first undetectable malware of 2018 has now been identified, and it has already been found targeting Macs for a number of days.

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Many popular HP laptop models have come pre-installed with keylogger software. Here’s what you need to do about them.

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You can now try and decrypt or patch WannaCry ransomeware attack on Windows, well sort of anyway. Here are the details.

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A newly discovered Android malware dubbed Gooligan, infecting as many as 13,000 devices per day, is hijacking Google accounts to install apps from the Play Store and leave fake reviews. Here’s what you need to know.

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An untold number of cheap Android phones are calling home by sending private data to a Chinese server, a new report claims. The report, the work of security firm Kryptowire, identified malicious software running on some Chinese Android phones.

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Android user trying to sideload Pokemon Go Android APK onto your device? It might not be a good idea at all. Here’s why.

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Here’s everything you need to know about Mac OS X Backdoor.MAC.Eleanor malware and how you can protect your Mac against it.

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A new iOS trojan called AceDeceiver has been identified that has the ability to infect iPhones and iPads without the need for them to be jailbroken. Discovered by Palo Alto Networks and currently only affecting users in China, AceDeceiver uses a technique knows as a “FairPlay Man-in-the-Middle,” and is spread via pirated App Store apps.

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Security vulnerability on smartphones is more synonymous with Android than any other platform, and a new string of malware targeting it seems to reinforce that sentiment. Discovered by a Danish security firm, Mazar BOT is the newest malware in town that can gain admin rights on your phone and subsequently take control of it.

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