Earlier this month Lookout revealed the existence of three adware families - Shuanet, ShiftyBug and Shedun - that secretly root Android devices and are extremely difficult to remove.
As Microsoft continues to push Windows users towards adopting the latest version of the popular OS, malware authors have started adding support for it.
There's a new piece of crypto-ransomware out there, but unlike most malware of this particular type, this one is mainly directed at web servers running on Linux.
European law enforcement agencies recently targeted users of the DroidJack mobile phone RAT, and likely made other would-be users refrain from buying and using that particular piece of malware.
G DATA researchers discovered a 64.8 percent spike of new malware strains as compared to the first half of 2014.
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