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It is unbelievable that almost five years after Adobe announced it would stop developing Flash Player for Android, users are still installing a non-existent piece of software, which in almost all cases is just malware in disguise.
Unfortunately, this is exactly what seems to be happening, and on a regular basis, as malicious apps disguised as Adobe Flash continue to be one of the simplest and most efficient ways to distribute mobile malware, right there next to "dedicated video players for viewing adult movies."
In the past few years, we've seen this basic lure used to trick users into downloading hoards of banking trojans, adware, and RATs on the Android devices of unsuspecting users.
The amount of reports citing a fake Flash Player for Android as the source of a malware infection is staggering. Take it from an infosec reporter like yours truly. There's one every week.

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Security experts are warning of a 50%+ increase in Android ransomware over the past year as cyber-criminals import techniques from the desktop world and continue to develop their own tactics.

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#Macromalware has been spreading for years. New techniques arise all the time to hide malicious code and thus increase the difficulty of analysis. However, just targeting Microsoft Windows no longer seems to be enough for the malware authors. The #Mac appears to be the new challenge, and attackers appear to be rising to this challenge.

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After Microsoft said on Tuesday that it was postponing its February Patch Tuesday indefinitely, the company issued a new statement today, announcing that February's patches will arrive on March 14, next month.
"We will deliver updates as part of the planned March Update Tuesday, March 14, 2017," Microsoft said in an update to its original blog post.
This announcement effectively rolls up February's security updates into next month's Patch Tuesday
The Redmond-based company has never explained why it postponed February's updates in the first place.
Microsoft only said it "discovered a last minute issue that could impact some customers," so it delayed February's Patch Tuesday because the issue "was not resolved in time for [their] planned updates."

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Avira Insight - QR code scanner app for iOS available for download
After Avira released a QR code scanner for Android, it was time to develop a suitable app for iOS. Thus, the idea for Avira Insight was born. Avira Insight scans all QR code links in real time using Avira URL Cloud technology, blocking any malicious links b...

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HP has announced plans to integrate Bromium's virtualization technology into a laptop as a defence against malware.

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Hackers take control of 160,000 printers
Hackers usually aren’t playing pranks, but this one did by taking over 160,000 plus printers across the Internet. The purpose? To make ASCII art and send a warning. The hacker told The Register that it was “Kind of an impulse.” The hacker in question is the...

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Poland has seemingly encountered the biggest hack in its own history.
Poland has seemingly encountered the biggest hack in its own history. The kicker – it appears to have come from the Polish Financial Supervision Authority aka the KNF. A horrifying development took place when the KNF discovered their internal systems had be...

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After aggressively using JavaScript email attachments to distribute malware for the past year, attackers are now switching to less suspicious file types to trick users.

Last week, researchers from the Microsoft Malware Protection Center warned about a new wave of spam emails that carried malicious .LNK files inside ZIP archives. Those files had malicious PowerShell scripts attached to them.
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