No, the head of the World Health Organization has not emailed you  it’s a message laced with malware

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On the other hand, these Pwn2Own results are legit

Brazilian Android Devices targeted by BRATA Malware. – IT Security Guru

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First there was Brangelina, TomKat and Bennifer and now Kaspersky has presented the world with BRATA, or Brazilian RAT Android. BRATA is not a power celebrity couple, but is a relatively new Android…

Kaspersky: Malware Found Hiding in Popular Android App

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Researchers at Kaspersky discovered malware hiding in advertising within a recent version of the popular CamScanner app for Android smartphones. Over the years, the

Kaspersky: Malware Found Hiding in Popular Android App

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Researchers at Kaspersky discovered malware hiding in advertising within a recent version of the popular CamScanner app for Android smartphones. Over the years, the

Coin-mining malware jumps from ARM IoT gear to Intel servers

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Cryptocurrency crooks look to siphon cycles from enterprise kit