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New Android ransomware is said to have 42 different language versions of a single message. A new family of Android ransomware has been discovered that goes deeper into devices by using SMS messaging, according to security researchers. C ransomware that is being transmitted through malicious apps.
During our continued efforts to protect our customers against the latest mobile threats, we came across another malicious app that used pornography to attract users. Our researchers analyzed another similar adult themed malware in November last year. The application in question is presented as a porn player.
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Get ready for SMiShing, or phishing attacks that come to your mobile phone. These types of attacks are on the rise, and with so many people using their smartphones to access corporate networks and data, it's a new danger in the world of BYOD. Follow these tips to avoid becoming a victim.