Security Alerts & News
by Tymoteusz A. Góral

#1311 Now data-stealing Marcher Android malware is posing as security update
The notorious Marcher malware is now disguising itself as an Android firmware update, in another demonstration of how cybercriminal tactics are constantly evolving in order to dupe unsuspecting users into installing malicious software.

The Marcher malware has been around since March 2013, and was previously distributed through fake Amazon and Google Play store apps. Once Marcher is installed on an Android device -- it hasn't appeared on any other operating system -- cybercriminals send the victim an alert to log-in to their banking apps, allowing the crooks to make off with the stolen information.
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