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Terrifying Android Malware Hacks Your PC and then Eavesdrops On You With Its Microphone

It's one thing when malware attacks your phone, but it's another when that same malware hops over to your PC and then uses it to listen in on all your conversations on top of just messing with your phone. A newly discovered Android app—one that's in the Google Play store—can do just that. Beware. More »


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Eric Limer

February 3rd

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First Drive-By Malware Sites Discovered for Android [Malware]

As more and more traffic moves from the desktop to mobile devices, malware has closely followed it. Now, an Internet security firm has discovered the first websites designed specifically to infect Android devices that visit the page with malware. More »


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Andrew Tarantola

May 3rd

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Another Day, Another Flashback Variant All Up in Your Mac [Trojans]

For those Mac users who still haven't taken the hint and updated their systems' security (all, what, 140,000 of you?), here's yet another version of the Flashback Trojan for you to enjoy. More »


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Andrew Tarantola

April 25th

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Another Day, Another Flashback Variant [Trojans]

For those Mac users who still haven't taken the hint and updated their systems' security (all, what, 140,000 of you?), here's yet another version of the Flashback Trojan for you to enjoy. More »


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Andrew Tarantola

April 25th

Apple

Android Trojan Can Track Your Keystrokes Using Motion Sensors [Android]

Smartphones work very hard to keep your keystrokes secure, but now there's a new way for malware to get at them. Researchers at IBM and Penn State have developed a new kind of trojan that tracks what you type into your phone using only your phone's motion sensors. More »


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Kyle Wagner

April 24th

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The Feds Will Shut off Your Internet If You Don’t Clean Your Computer by July 9 [Trojans]

When the FBI and Estonian authorities finally crushed the DNSChanger Trojan network in January, they set up a temporary DNS exchange to maintain connectivity for the millions of infected users until they could wipe the bug from their systems. More »


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Andrew Tarantola

April 24th

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Mac Flashback Trojan: Find Out If You’re One of the 140,000 Still Infected [Trojans]

There have been fixes, both unofficial and from Apple itself, for the Flashback trojan that's been plaguing Macs these past few weeks. But of the 600,000 systems initially infected, nearly a third are still compromised. So, hopefully once and for all, here's how to make sure you're not one of them. More »


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Brian Barrett

April 18th

Apple

Better Late than Never, Apple Fixes Flashback Vulnerability [Trojans]

As promised, Apple rolled out a Java update today designed to combat the Flashback infection afflicting some 600,000 Mac users. More »


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Andrew Tarantola

April 13th

Apple

The Easiest Way To Check For And Remove the Mac Flashback Trojan [Trojans]

The Flashback trojan has infected more than half a million Macs (and counting!). But until now, detecting it and removing it hasn't been dead simple. More »


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Mat Honan

April 11th

Apple

Apple’s Working on a Flashback Counter-Attack [Trojans]

Apple announced today that it is hard at work, developing a means of scrubbing the Flashback.k Trojan from the 600,000 or so Macs it's infected. More »


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Andrew Tarantola

April 11th

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