Entries filed under 'Android Malware'

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The FireEye Labs team posts blog entries under threat research to present and discuss cyber attacks and threat intelligence from a technical perspective. They cover the full spectrum of exploits and vulnerabilities, including advanced malware and targeted threats.

    A Growing Number of Android Malware Families Believed to Have a Common Origin: A Study Based on Binary Code

    By Wu Zhou, Junyuan Zeng, Jimmy Su, Linhai Song | Advanced Malware

    A sophisticated malware family has enough code similarities to indicate that it shares a common origin with SlemBunk.


    SlemBunk Part II: Prolonged Attack Chain and Better-Organized Campaign

    By Wu Zhou, Heqing Huang, Jimmy Su, Zhaofeng Chen, Jing Xie

    SlemBunk, an evolving family of Android trojans, targets mobile banking app users worldwide to steal their login credentials. Here's a look at the prolonged attack chain in its latest development.


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