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WAPDropper – Android Malware Subscribing Victims To Premium Services By Telecom Companies

Security analysts have found a new malware that infects mobile devices and subscribes the victims to premium subscription provided by telecom companies, and the victim remains oblivious to this. The CAPTCHA verification that is usually required to subscribe to these services is bypassed via Machine Learning using the services of a Chinese company named “Super […]

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new Android Spyware

Security researchers discovered new spyware used by the APT-C-23 threat group to target Android users through fake Android app store. The APT-C-23, a threat group is also known as a Two-tailed Scorpion and they target mainly the Middle East. The Android spyware used by the group was first spotted in 2017, now the recent version […]

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Joker Malware on Google Play

Joker is one of the most prominent malware families that continuously target the Android devices, it’s main activity is to stimulate clicks on SMS message and subscribe for unwanted paid premium services. The malware found again in Google play by employing changes in its code, execution methods, or payload-retrieving techniques. Joker Malware in Google Play […]

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Firefox for Android

A bug SSDP engine in Firefox for Android would allow attackers to exploit targeted Android phones that are connected to the same Wi-Fi network as the attacker and have Firefox installed. SSDP stands for Simple Service Discovery Protocol, it is a text-based protocol that sends out discovery messages to the devices on the same network. […]

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