Posts Tagged ‘command-and-control servers’

New Android and iOS Mobile Malware

Kaspersky Lab mapped a massive international infrastructure used to control ‘Remote Control System’ (RCS) malware implants, and identify undiscovered mobile
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Like a Boomerang, Malware Comes Back

A piece of malware is now new and improved and back in action using fresh techniques to attack users. Sefnit,
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Trojan Slowed, but not Gone

It wasn’t that long ago when the Flashback Trojan infected over 600,000 Macs, and even now there are at least
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Mobile Botnet a Busy Application

A mobile botnet is so big it apparently has been in at least 64 spyware campaigns, researchers said. The MisoSMS
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File Infector Malware Growing in U.S.

New variants of the PE_EXPIRO family are out and while they do contain file infectors, but they also have information
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Botnet Builds off Ruby on Rails Bug

Patches, as mentioned countless times, should end up implemented or there could be consequences down the road. Take Ruby on
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Cyber Espionage Program Making Rounds

A new, massive cyber espionage campaign is hitting as many as 71 victims each day, including government ministries, technology companies,
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Pakistan Hit by Targeted Attacks

A family of information-stealing malware targeting Pakistan looks like it is coming out of India. Unlike other known cyber espionage
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