Cybercriminals are using a modified version of the Zeusbot/Spyeye, which is using a peer-to-peer (P2P) network architecture, rather than a simple bot to command-and-control (C&C) server system, making the botnet much harder to take down, Symantec warned. ZeuS is very popular in the cybercriminal world because it’s capable of stealing a wide variety of information, documents and login credentials from infected systems. Continue reading Variant of Zeusbot/Spyeye Botnet uses p2p network model
Spammers are impersonating well-known Android software developers in order to distribute rogue apps through the official Android Market.
Security researchers from antivirus firm Trend Micro have identified a developer named Rovio MobiIe Ltd. in the Android Market, which had a significant number of rogue applications in its portfolio. Continue reading Spammers impersonate well-known developers to publish rogue apps on Android Market
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