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29.07 Files affected by new Trojan.Encoder.293 can be decrypted

The encryption Trojan known as Trojan.Encoder.293 came into the spotlight back in September 2013. Ever since then, new modifications of the program, featuring different design and encryption algorithms, have been emerging with persistent regularity. Doctor Web's security researchers are pleased to inform users that files that have been compromised by two Trojan.Encoder.293 modifications and were previously considered unrecoverable can now be restored to their original state.

23.07 SMS spam and Android Trojans in South Korea: Doctor Web mobile security review for the second quarter of 2014

Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web continues to monitor SMS spam in South Korea, as well as the Android malware being distributed with it. Compared with the first quarter of this year, the past three months saw a 31% increase in the number of short messages containing Trojan horse download links.

16.07 Dangerous Trojan steals credit card information from Android devices

Doctor Web is issuing a warning to Android handheld owners about a new Trojan that can steal information about the credit cards they use when making transactions on Google Play.. The malware is spread in the guise of a Flash player and lures users into divulging their bank account details, which may enable criminals to steal money from the corresponding account.

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