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  • Google Play flaw opens Android devices to silent malware installation

    11.02.2015

    Android users are in danger of getting malicious apps silently installed on their devices by attackers, warns Rapid7's Tod Beardsley, technical lead for the Metasploit Framework.

  • Majority of dating apps are open to hacks

    11.02.2015

    IBM Security found that over 60% of leading Android dating mobile apps they studied are potentially vulnerable to a variety of cyber-attacks that put personal user information and corporate data at risk.

  • Why Google won't be updating pre-KitKat WebKit anymore

    27.01.2015

    Two weeks ago, Rapid 7 researchers discovered that Google will no longer be providing security patches for WebView used in pre-KitKat (v4.4) Android versions, meaning that over 60 percent of all Android users will be placed in danger by every new bug affecting the core component that displays web pages on an Android device without the user needing to open another app.

  • Android Wi-Fi Direct DoS vulnerability discovered

    27.01.2015

    Some Android devices are affected by a Denial of Service attack when scanning for WiFi Direct devices, according to Andres Blanco from the CoreLabs Team.

  • 11% of Android banking and finance apps are dangerous

    21.01.2015

    RiskIQ found that more than 40,000 of the 350,000 apps which reference banking in the world’s top 90 app stores contain malware or suspicious binaries.




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Compromised cPanel "Account Suspended" pages redirect to exploit kit

The code redirects visitors to another URL where the Fiesta exploit kit is hosted, which then tries to detect and exploit several vulnerabilities in various software. If it succeeds, the visitors are saddled with a banking Trojan.


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