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    The 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil is all but underway, and the fervor of such a prestigious and newsworthy event is already setting competing nations' populations on fire. Unfortunately, cybercriminals are getting into the mood too. Besides recently flooding the internet with phishing scams and the taking down two Brazilian government sites by hacktivists (the Sao Paulo Military Police website  and the official World Cup 2014 Brazil website), cybercriminals are also targeting the mobile scene with scads of World Cup-themed mobile malware  - ...

    Posted in Bad Sites, Malware, Mobile, Social |



    Ransomware continues to make waves, especially with the rise of file-encrypting ransomware like CryptoLocker. However, we are seeing yet another alarming development for this malware: it is now targeting mobile devices. Reveton Makes a Comeback In early May, it was reported that this mobile ransomware was the product of the Reveton gang. Reveton was one of the many cybercrime groups that spread police ransomware, which hit Europe and the U.S. and consequently spread to the other parts of the world. It now appears that these ...




    The first quarter of the year saw cybercrime hit targets that may not have been considered worthwhile in previous quarters. Multiple Bitcoin exchanges found themselves the victims of various attacks and were forced to close shop. The most high-profile victim Mt. Gox, which had been, at one time, the leading Bitcoin exchange in the world. Exchanges were not the only target. With more than 12 million Bitcoins in existence - with a value of 6-8 billion US dollars - it ...




    We've recently found a vulnerability in certain Android apps that may leave user data at risk of being captured or being used to launch attacks. The two affected apps we investigated are both highly popular: The productivity app has at least 10M installs and hundred thousands of customer reviews based on their download page The shopping-related app has at least 1M installs and several thousand customer reviews based on their download page This issue lies in a certain Android component which basically executes ...




    In an earlier blog post, we mentioned that mobile apps are also affected by the Heartbleed vulnerability. This is because mobile apps may connect to servers affected by the bug. However, it appears that mobile apps themselves could be vulnerable because of a bundled OpenSSL library. OpenSSL Library Present in Android 4.1.1 and Certain Mobile Apps We have information that although the buggy OpenSSL is integrated with the Android system, only the Android 4.1.1 version is affected by Heartbleed vulnerability. For devices with that ...



     

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