Author: Fernando Ruiz

Fernando Ruiz

When developers are unaware of security they open the door to threats against their customers and users. We are not just talking about exploitable vulnerabilities in their code, but about something much more obvious than that. Here is the curious case of an Android application on Google Play that contains some traces of malware, but […]

Android.FakeInstaller is a widespread mobile malware family. It has spoofed the Olympic Games Results App, Skype, Flash Player, Opera and many other top applications. This is not news in the mobile malware world, the FakeInstaller family is one of the most prevalent malware that we have analyzed. More than 60 percent of Android samples processed […]

A lot of recent attacks on Android users are attributed to fake websites of popular applications such as Cut the Rope, Instagram, Angry Birds, or Grand Theft Auto III. However, the very recently discovered malware NotCompatible uses a distribution method not previously seen in the mobile world. The malware hacks into vulnerable websites to inject […]