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kq4ym 4/14/2014 | 7:05:58 PM
Re: More malware It will be a while before the news is in of how many affected folks were harmed. I suspect it's pretty small number and maybe so negligible not to even count. But, the scare is there and now a mobile app alert joins the bad news. We'll just wait and see what eventual harm may arise.
DanJonesLRMobile 4/14/2014 | 5:46:23 PM
Re: More malware Lot of the US govt. is still on BlackBerries, although I suspect they may have disabled BBM anyway.
Mitch Wagner 4/14/2014 | 5:16:02 PM
Re: More malware The three guys still using BlackBerries will be relieved they're covered. 
Sarah Thomas 4/14/2014 | 2:12:12 PM
More malware It may only be a small percent of apps that get affected by malware, but there's a whole lot of it out there. Just got another warning email from FireEye, noting their "mobile security research team has discovered a new vulnerability, in which malicious apps with normal protection levels can probe and hijack icons on the Android home screen, modifying the app to direct users to phishing websites, ultimately subjecting them to even stronger cyber attacks. Read more on FireEye's blog here."
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