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Monthly Archives: April 2012

Trusteer Mobile Secures Smartphones and Tablets Against Banking Fraud

BALTIMORE–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Trusteer, the leading provider of endpoint cybercrime prevention solutions, today announced a new version of the Trusteer Mobile service which prevents mobile and online banking fraud. Trusteer Mobile detects mobile malware infection and helps bank customers fix security

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Kenneth Van Wyk: We need more secure mobile devices

When you combine the words “mobile device” and “security,” you get an oxymoron. That’s the state of security in the mobile world, and it’s been that way since day one. That has to change. Smartphones and tablets are increasingly doing

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Trojanized Grand Theft Audio for Android spotted

A Trojan masquerading as “Grand Theft Auto 10th Anniversary Edition” for Android has lately been spotted being offered on third-party Russian websites. More experienced users will spot that among the permissions asked by the app is also the one for

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Trusteer Mobile Secures Smartphones and Tablets Against Banking Fraud

BALTIMORE, Apr 30, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) — Trusteer, the leading provider of endpoint cybercrime prevention solutions, today announced a new version of the Trusteer Mobile service which prevents mobile and online banking fraud. Trusteer Mobile detects mobile malware infection and

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Religious Sites Carry More Malware Than Porn Sites, Security Firm Reports

Religious and ideological websites can carry three times more malware threats than pornography sites, according to research from security firm Symantec. The firm’s annual Internet Security Threat Report also found that threats to mobile devices continue to grow, almost exclusively

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Mobile malware increasingly delivered via social networks

The growing use of mobile devices to connect with social networks is fast becoming a preferred method for cyber criminals to spread malware, particularly on those devices running Android, say the results of AVG’s Q1 2012 Community Powered Threat Report.

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AVG Q1 Threat Report – Social Networks Used to Infect Mobile Devices

AVG (AU/NZ) Pty Ltd, distributor of the AVG  Internet and mobile security product range in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific, today released  AVG’s Q1 2012 Community Powered Threat Report. The report highlights the growing use of mobile devices to

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AVG Threat Report: Mobile use of social networks becoming preferred way to …

Michael McKinnon, Security Advisor at AVG (AU/NZ), said: “AVG detected a big increase in the use of social networks such as Facebook and Twitter to target Android users. Cyber criminals are finding it very convenient to distribute their malware straight

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Malware attacking businesses through mobile social networks and WordPress …

Mobile versions of social networks and websites hosted using WordPress were two of the major targets for malware in the past quarter, a report from AVG reveals, while small businesses are being warned to crack down and keep their systems

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Malware attacking businesses through mobile social networks and WordPress …

Mobile versions of social networks and websites hosted using WordPress were two of the major targets for malware in the past quarter, a report from AVG reveals, while small businesses are being warned to crack down and keep their systems

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