Post Profile






Android botnet found on all major US carriers sends thousands of spam texts to spread like a virus

A new Android spam botnet has been discovered that uses infected phones to send thousands of SMS messages without the user’s permission. While the threat is not (yet) widespread, it... Keep reading ?
read more

share

Related Posts


FTC charges marketer $185,000 for sending millions of spam text messages promoting ‘free’ gift cards and iPads

Technology : The Next Web Blog

The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) today announced it has charged affiliate marketer Jason Cruz more than $185,000 for sending millions of spam text messages to random phone numbers. The... Keep reading ?

New Android malware uses Google Play icon to trick users, conduct DDoS attacks and send spam texts

Technology : The Next Web Blog

A new trojan for Android has been discovered that can carry out Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks. The malware is also capable of receiving commands from criminals as well... Keep reading ?

Google “Send to Phone” Gone — Where to Find Free Texting Now?

Technology : The Inquisitr - Tech

Did you know that Google has dropped its “Send to Phone” free SMS sending service? I didn’t…until I happened to go try to use it today and found myself greeted with this message: “Send to Phone” had let you fire off unlimited texts ...

New Android malware took control of 620,000 phones in China to spam costly texts, collect personal information

Technology : The Next Web Blog

A new piece of Android malware dubbed “Bill Shocker” has been discovered in China, after infecting some 620,000 users in the country. The threat is capable of SMS spamming from... Keep reading ?

New Android botnet discovered across all major networks

Technology / Gadgets : BGR (Boy Genius Report)

A new Android spam botnet has been discovered across all major networks that sends thousands of text messages without a user’s permission, TheNextWeb reported. The threat, which is known at SpamSoldier, was detected on December 3rd ...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC