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29.01

Trojan incorporated into Google Play games, malicious program detected on firmware, and other mobile security events of January 2016

Doctor Web presents its January 2015 overview of malware for mobile devices. In the past month, Doctor Web security researchers found more than 60 games on Google Play being infected by a Trojan designed to install and launch various software and display annoying advertisements. Moreover, they detected a Trojan pre-installed on the firmware of Philips s307. The malicious program was designed to silently install applications on the infected device. January was also marked by emergence of a large number of Trojans for Android.

29.01

New Trojans for Linux, malicious programs on Google Play, and other events of January 2016

Doctor Web presents its January 2016 virus activity review. The first month of this year was marked by the emergence of various malicious programs for Linux including a new ransomware and spyware Trojans. Doctor Web specialists also detected a large number of malicious applications on the Google Play store. Moreover, yet another dangerous Trojan for Android was found in the Philips s307 firmware.

28.01

Trojan targeted dozens of games on Google Play

Doctor Web security researchers detected the Android.Xiny.19.origin Trojan that targeted dozens of games published on the Google Play store. The Trojan is designed to download, install, and run programs upon receiving a command from cybercriminals. Besides, it can display annoying advertisements.

Dr.Web AV-Desk

30.12

Dr.Web Anti-virus as a service comes to South Asia

Doctor Web is pleased to announce the first deployment of the Dr.Web AV-Desk Internet service in South Asia— in South Asia. Now in Sri Lanka. Lanka Bell will provide the service—a leading corporate that provides a wide range of telecommunication services to residential and business customers throughout the country.

02.11

Subscription Control Center in Dr.Web AV-Desk updated to version 10.0.01

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has updated the Subscription Control Center (SCC) for its Dr.Web AV-Desk Internet service to version 10.0.01. The update delivers new features and resolves known issues.

14.09

Dr.Web AV-Desk 10.0 updated

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web has updated the server software of its Internet service Dr.Web AV-Desk 10.0 which delivers the Dr.Web Anti-virus service to subscribers. The update resolves known issues with the software.

Viruses

28.01

Trojan targeted dozens of games on Google Play

Doctor Web security researchers detected the Android.Xiny.19.origin Trojan that targeted dozens of games published on the Google Play store. The Trojan is designed to download, install, and run programs upon receiving a command from cybercriminals. Besides, it can display annoying advertisements.

22.01

New multipurpose backdoor for Linux detected

Doctor Web security researchers examined a multipurpose Trojan designed to infect Linux devices. Its malicious activity is extremely versatile and includes download of various files to an infected device, different operations carried out with file objects, screenshotting, keylogging, and many other functions.

20.01

Trojan for Android preinstalled on Phillips s307 firmware

The past year was marked by a big number of firmware Trojans for Android capable to covertly download and install various software and display annoying advertisements. Android.Cooee.1 incorporated into the graphical shell of some cheap Chinese smartphones was one of them. Virus makers obviously continued to preinstall Android.Cooee.1 into mobile devices. This time, however, Doctor Web security researchers detected the Trojan on firmware of a well-known electronics manufacturer.

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