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July 25, 2014

Armando Orozco

Android Features Used Maliciously

The majority of Android malware doesn’t need any special ‘magic’ to behave maliciously, they use existing functionality to attack users, functionality available to all developers.

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Philippine Government Site Infected with Spam Code

Philippine Government Site Infected with Spam Code

Blackhat SEO spam code found on the Philippines’ Department of Agriculture’s website.

Fraud/Scam Alert

Justin Bieber themed 419 Mails are Heartbreakers

Justin Bieber themed 419 Mails are Heartbreakers

An email from Justin Bieber himself? Nope, just a 419 scam.

Malvertising

PUPS are Persistent

PUPS are Persistent

PUPs are sneakily bundling themselves with legitimate software.

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Android Features Used Maliciously

The majority of Android malware doesn’t need any special ‘magic’ to behave maliciously, they use existing functionality to attack users, functionality available to all developers.

Philippine Government Site Infected with Spam Code

Blackhat SEO spam code found on the Philippines’ Department of Agriculture’s website.

Justin Bieber themed 419 Mails are Heartbreakers

An email from Justin Bieber himself? Nope, just a 419 scam.

Popular aggregators CReAte Your Own Newspaper (CRAYON) being used to host questionable content, from links to free software to a myriad of others.

Fake Facebook Mails Lead to Pharma Spam

An urgent message from Facebook saying your account will be deleted? Or is it clickbait from scammers?

PUPS are Persistent

PUPs are sneakily bundling themselves with legitimate software.

Spammy Tumblr Apps and Stalker Hunting

Tumblr stalker spam is back in town, and ready to post to as many blogs as possible.

A Week in Security (Jul 13 – 19)

A summary of last week’s security news and happenings.

AskMen.com compromised again

Our honeypot captured an attack coming from AskMen.com in what appears to have been malicious code injected in their server.

Spammers Rice to the Occasion

Spammers sink to a new low by posting multiple spam profiles to Freerice, a food donation website.

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