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The Evolution of Mobile Banking Trojans… and What To Do About Them (Part I)

Posted by Joshua Shilko on Aug 8, '17

Over the past few years the way people interact with the Internet has changed.

In the past, the vast majority of people (over 80 percent) accessed the Internet using Windows desktop and laptop machines, with similar OSX devices taking a distant second spot.

But by the end of 2016, everything had changed. Android mobile devices overtook Windows desktops as the most common means of accessing the Internet.

Naturally, this trend hasn’t gone unnoticed.

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Topics: Phishing, Trojan, Vishing, Rogue Mobile Applications

Marcher and Other Mobile Threats: What You Need to Know

Posted by Joshua Shilko on May 26, '17

When most people think about cyber risk, they think primarily of their organization’s servers, PCs, and laptops, and how they might be vulnerable to attack.

But in recent years, the way in which users interact with the outside world has changed. In March this year, for the first time ever, Android overtook Windows to claim the largest share of Internet traffic.

And naturally, where users go, threat actors will surely follow.

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Topics: Mobile, Rogue Mobile Applications, Mobile Crimeware

   

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