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Re: Marcher Malware Poses Triple Threat to Android Users
Posted by: John P. Mello Jr. 2017-11-08 02:20:58
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A three-pronged banking malware campaign has been infecting Android phones since the beginning of this year, according to security researchers. Attackers have been stealing credentials, planting the Marcher banking Trojan on phones, and nicking credit card information. So far, they have targeted customers of BankAustria, Raiffeisen Meine Bank and Sparkasse, but the campaign could spread beyond Vienna. The attack begins with a phishing message delivered by email to a phone, security researchers at Proofpoint explained.

Re: Marcher Malware Poses Triple Threat to Android Users
Posted by: AndyProsper1 2017-12-12 12:43:08 In reply to: John P. Mello Jr.
Microsoft has released an unscheduled update for Windows that once again resolves a critical vulnerability in the Malware Protection Engine. This includes the virus protection Windows Defender and other security solutions. Users should load the update as soon as possible. Previously, the BSI had warned about the gap.
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