Security firm Check Point has discovered malware that uses a remote exploit to gain a presence on Linux servers and implant a backdoor trojan, and has dubbed it SpeakUp. The malware can also infect Mac devices.
Slovakian security firm ESET says it has discovered a new Android trojan that has the capabilities of remotely connected malware with misuse of Android Accessibility services to target PayPal app users.
A new Android trojan, named GPlayed, has been spotted by Cisco's Talos Intelligence Group which says it has an icon very similar to Google Apps and uses the label "Google Play Marketplace" as a disguise.
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