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Q. I was listening to your national radio show and was intrigued by your discussion of how governments use malware for spying. Is there a way for me to check my PC for such spying software? A. It's no great secret that governments use advanced spyware to monitor people.
Daily Deals: PS4 With Two Games, $40 for Call of Duty and Dragon Age, $10 for X-Men: Days of Future Past Security researchers have discovered a backdoor they're calling CoolReaper, installed on millions of Android devices manufactured by Chinese smartphone maker Coolpad. The malicious software came built-in on 24 Coolpad phone models and is capable of dodging antivirus programs by modifying the actual Android OS, reports PCMag .
A significant new malware threat targeting online banking systems and their customers has been uncovered by security analysts at Kaspersky Lab. Identified as a new strain of the ZeuS Trojan, Trojan-Banker.Win32.Chthonic, or Chthonic for short, is known to have hit over 150 different banks and 20 payment systems in 15 countries.
Researchers in Check Point's Malware and Vulnerability Research Group uncovered a vulnerability present on millions of residential gateway devices from different models and makers. It has been assigned the CVE-2014-9222 identifier.
Chinese smartphone maker Coolpad has built an extensive "backdoor" into its Android devices that can track users, serve them unwanted advertisements and install unauthorized apps, a U.S. security firm alleged today. "Coolpad has built a backdoor that goes beyond the usual data collection," said Ryan Olson, director of intelligence at Palo Alto's Unit 42. "This is way beyond what one malicious insider could have done."
Tracker, pixel, spyware, snitch: How to shop in secret Trying to buy confidential office hardware, or a surprise gift? Advances in ad retargeting will broadcast your intentions across the internet and all your devices unless you cover your tracks.
StealthGenie spyware seller fined $500,000 in landmark conviction The ruling marks the first-ever criminal conviction concerning the advertisement and sale of mobile device spyware applications.
StealthGenie spyware app creator pleads guilty, fined $500,000 A seller of mobile phone spyware has pleaded guilty to federal charges, the Department of Justice has revealed. Danish citizen Hammad Akbar has been fined $500,000 for the advertisement and sale of the StealthGenie app, which can be used to monitor the calls, texts, and other messaging systems with few in the way of signs to the target that they are being watched....
Thanksgiving quiet and international cybercrime [Government IT News] It's been a relatively quiet weekend here in the US, government screwup-wise. But that doesn't mean there's not a lot going on 'round the world, especially when it comes to cyberattacks and cybercrime.
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Cinsay Ads, Activision, Spyware: Intellectual Property Cinsay Inc., a provider of video e- commerce technology, received a patent on a method of putting advertisements in videos that viewers can’t escape.