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Answer -The Fruitfly Mac malware has decades-old code, but has been conducting surveillance attacks for over two years without detection. Expert Nick Lewis explains how it works.
Answer -A HummingBad malware variant, HummingWhale, was discovered being spread through 20 apps on the Google Play Store. Expert Nick Lewis explains the malware's new features.
News -News roundup: DeltaCharlie malware is a threat to the U.S., according to a US-CERT warning about Hidden Cobra. Plus, a DVR flaw could create a bigger botnet than Mirai, and more.