Uninstall ‘CamScanner’ App Right Now – Even Google removed it from Play Store!

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With over 100 million installs, CamScanner is one of the most popular scanning apps on the Play Store. That didn’t matter much to Google, which removed the app from the Play Store due to malicious code discovered. According to security firm Kaspersky, the malicious code was spotted in several CamScanner updates published between June and…Read More

‘Agent Smith’ Malware has replaced Android apps code on 25 million devices

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No, we haven’t just dropped into the Matrix and no, Keanu Reeves, although breath-taking, won’t save you from the Agent Smith Malware. A new strain of Android malware has infected 25 million devices and modified legitimate apps with a malicious ads module, according to a report by the security company Check Point. The malware doesn’t…Read More

After WannaCry, it’s Judy now: malware hides in apps, infects 36.5million devices

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There’s a new piece of Android malware on the loose and it’s a doozy. Originally discovered by researchers at Check Point last week, the malware has been dubbed “Judy” and is potentially one of the most widely spread pieces of Android malware we’ve seen to date. It’s currently believed that upwards of 36.5 million Android…Read More

About 8400 New Android Malware Files Are Discovered Every Day

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It is not a hidden fact that Android is not the safest mobile platform and that its open nature, which is also considered to be one of its biggest strengths, often gives room for vulnerabilities that can be exploited and compromise users’ security. G Data antivirus software firm has now discovered that the malware-infected applications…Read More

Webroot Antivirus Marked Facebook as Phishing Site and Windows as Malware!

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Users of Webroot’s endpoint security product, consumers and businesses alike, had a nasty surprise when the program started flagging Windows files as malicious and Facebook page as phishing site. Webroot’s update, however, went bad and changed the way antivirus software work. Although the firm pulled the update, it still caused its users, including companies and…Read More