Australia’s average Internet connection speeds dropped marginally in the third quarter of last year compared to the second quarter – by 1.8% to be exact – but despite this a newly published global report shows that year-on-year Australia recorded a 25% increase in speed.
Unsuspecting mobile device users are being targeted by the Xsser mobile remote access Trojan (mRAT), with attackers, described as “malicious actors”, tricking users into downloading unverified apps.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) is launching a new initiative to further enhance its efforts, with industry and business, to identify and warn of malware infecting devices on the Internet.
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