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Android malware spreading through hacked Web sites

Discussion in 'Computers and Internet Geekland' started by Mousey, May 3, 2012.

    May 3, 2012
  1. Mousey

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    Samples analyzed by Lookout show that the malware can be used to access private networks, so IT administrators may want to be on the alert.

    Read post.. even I can hardly understand the point he's making.. just a low level threat I think.. but Mobile is a risky thing, add wifi, the other danger-zone :D and the formula is complete. Been a lot of problems recently with mobile banking as well.
    But then again, he works for Microsoft, the ones who keep malware and viruses alive with their shitty software :cool:
     
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    At least it must be knowingly installed, even if the malware is automatically downloaded when visiting an infected webpage. Just serves as a reminder to never install something if you don't know for certain what it is - whatever OS you're using on whatever type system.

    This is indeed a low level threat. But those nasty little hackers must start somewhere. :)
     

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