A very convincing phishing attempt aimed at harvesting users' Google account credentials has been spotted by a security researcher (click on the screenshot to enlarge it): The email takes the form of a notice from Google, saying that a suspicious sign-in attempt has been prevented, and urging users to check the account activity.
Trojanized versions of the hugely popular FileZilla FTP client are being offered to unsuspecting users via hacked websites with fake content.
The more popular an online service or an app is, the more likely this popularity will be misused by cyber crooks to trick users into downloading malware or sharing personal and financial information.
Researchers have recently discovered a PC Trojan whose ultimate goal is to compromise the target's Android-running smartphone or tablet with information-stealing malware.
In most people's minds, the concept of torrents is generally associated with pirated content.