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cybersecurity spyware

Vultur: A new banking Trojan on Android

Capturing your credentials as you log on to apps, Vultur uses screen recording to gain access your bank and social media accounts.

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cybersecurity Phishing Scams

Remote Access Scams on the Rise

What are remote access scams and what should you look out for to avoid falling victim to one yourself?

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cybersecurity Partners Phishing spyware

The mobile threats IT teams need to know about

From phishing to apps, here are the crucial mobile threats businesses need to be aware of – and protect against.

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cybersecurity Partners privacy Support

Introducing Traced’s Personal Privacy Mode

We’re pleased to announce the launch of Personal Privacy Mode – an optional setting that returns only the compliance state of the device, and nothing else.

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cybersecurity Industries

Legal Firms

In the first half of 2020, law firms reported to the SRA that nearly £2.5m of money held had been stolen by cybercriminals.

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cybersecurity

MTD or MDM – Which Do You Need?

If you’ve already got MDM, can you justify also having MTD?

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cybersecurity Phishing Scams

Beware text message scams

In April, Android users were attacked by a new viral threat that swept the UK and infected phones by the thousand. Called FluBot, it spread by sending phishing messages via SMS texts.

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cybersecurity Support

Threat hunting on mobile – why the signing certificate is important

It’s a problem in the industry that infuriates me – large cybersecurity companies apply the same threat model to all platforms.

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cybersecurity Support

Threat hunting on Android with Traced Control

For those who want to dig a little deeper into their organisation’s mobile threats, Traced CTO Matt Boddy demonstrates hunting for the Cerberus banking Trojan, using Traced Control.

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cybersecurity Scams

How a fake Netflix app stole WhatsApp messages and spread malware

FlixOnline offered two months’ free Netflix access for free, but it was fake app harbouring malware that takes control of the victim’s Android phone.