Antivirus and Security Short News of May 29, 2012

Researchers Mapping Android Malware Genome
Tom’s Guide

It will be like the Center for Disease Control, only for Android malware and available to all, not just antivirus developers. Security researchers at NC State have launched a project aimed to combat the growing epidemic of Android-based malware …. See More »

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  • Advanced Malware Targets Middle East

Wall Street Journal

The malware is called “Flame” by Kaspersky Labs, a Moscow-based antivirus software maker, but also known as sKyWIper by the Hungarian Laboratory of Cryptography and System Security (CrySyS Lab). Computer malware has been uncovered in computers in the … See More »

  • Researchers Identify Stuxnet-like Cyberespionage Malware Called ‘Flame’


When infecting computers that are protected by antivirus programs, Flame avoids performing certain actions or executing malicious code that might trigger a proactive detection from those security applications. This is one of the reasons that the … See More »

  • Researchers identify Stuxnet-like malware called ‘Flame’


By Lucian Constantin IDG News Service – A new, highly sophisticated malware threat that was predominantly used in cyberespionage attacks against targets in the Middle East has been identified and analyzed by researchers from several security companies … See More »

  • BullGuard Mobile Security 10 review

By Eric Geier | PC World | Published: 17:45, 28 May 2012 BullGuard offers a mobile antivirus and security app for Android, Symbian, Windows Mobile, and BlackBerry devices, called BullGuard Mobile Security. For $29.95 per year, it protects you and your … See More »

  • Meet “Flame”, The Massive Spy Malware Infiltrating Iranian Computers

Wired News

“It’s pretty fantastic and incredible in complexity,” said Alexander Gostev, chief security expert at Kaspersky Lab. Flame appears to have been operating in the wild as early as March 2010, though it remained undetected by antivirus companies. See More »

  • Kaspersky Warns that Facebook Dispersing Cross-browser Lily Jade Worm

SPAMfighter News

Security researcher from antivirus firm in Kaspersky warns that a malware use cross rider, which is a cross-browser extension development framework to form a click-fraud worm called Lilly jade that spread on facebook. Cross rider is a legal JavaScript … See More »

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