Zeus Infection Spoofing Bitdefender AV

January 6, 2014By Roy Tobin

Over the Christmas period, we here at Webroot  have noticed a large amount of Zeus infections that are spoofing the Bitdefender name. While infections spoofing AV companies aren’t unusual, it’s been a while…read more

Android security tips and Windows AutoRun protection

February 5, 2013By Armando Orozco

by Armando Orozco Recently, two applications designed with malicious intent were discovered within the Google Play application store.  The apps were built with a façade of being utility cleaners designed to help optimize…read more

Beware of Fake Adobe Flash Apps

August 23, 2012By Armando Orozco

By Joe McManus Last week Adobe announced that they would no longer be supporting Flash for Android. Adobe will be removing Flash from the Android Marketplace and users should be wary of fake…read more

French Android Users Hit again by SMS Trojan

August 21, 2012By Nathan Collier

Earlier this year, the SMS Trojan Foncy was discovered targeting French-speaking Android Users. Now, we’ve come across a new Trojan targeting them using a similar SMS scam.  The app pretends to be an…read more

Rogue APKs continue to find new homes

March 22, 2012By Armando Orozco

by Armando Orozco We’ve been tracking rogue premium-sms Android apps for sometime now. Here’s an interesting site we came across offering a download of the Google Music application, but this one comes with…read more

I don’t think it means what you think it means…

November 4, 2011By Armando Orozco

Websites Hosting Android Trojans   By Armando Orozco and  Nathan Collier Rogue Android apps are making their way into alternative markets. Yes, we’ve seen some malicious apps trickle through and they can be…read more

A look inside the SpyEye Trojan admin console

October 24, 2011By glhaldeman

By Michael Johnson At Webroot we’ve been researching and chronicling developments with SpyEye since we first saw it in April 2010. This nasty Trojan is the successor to the Zeus Trojan, and it…read more

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