Spam is a malicious website. It spams iPhone users with fake virus alerts. These alerts might appear in people’s calendars and/or as notifications and they threaten that viruses and malware will harm the iPhone. Interacting with’s alerts leads to the App Store, where an app is recommended that will supposedly protect the iPhone. But since’s … Continued

Scam – “Hacker is Tracking You!”

Pop-ups that say “Hacker is tracking you!” are fakes. Scammers created them to promote expensive VPN apps. The idea is behind the “Hacker is tracking you!” alert is to promote paid apps and to make them look like they’re being endorsed by Apple. It’s also to scare people into downloading and paying for expensive apps … Continued Ads and Redirects is an annoying advertising website that takes over Android devices. It is a symptom of a malware infection, likely only one of a few problems caused by a malicious application. To avoid redirects and other malware, be careful of websites that show aggressive pop-up ads. Also, be skeptical of apps and only install … Continued

Coronavirus Tracker Ransomware

Android malware CovidLock (distributed as Coronavirus Tracker) could be found on a website that promised to help track the spread of the dangerous COVID-19 infection. But instead, once it was downloaded and installed, the malicious app would lock the screen of your device by changing its password. CovidLock would then demand a ransom of $100 … Continued

AnubisCrypt Android Virus

Anubiscrypt is an Android Trojan virus. It gets its AnubisCrypt name from the file extension that it appends to the encrypted files, but AnubisCrypt is more than just crypto ransomware. It is also a screen locker and spyware, hiding in apps on the Play store. Usually, Windows is the operating system thought of as vulnerable … Continued

DoubleLocker Android virus

DoubleLocker (appending .cryeye extension to encrypted data) ransomware virus is an unpleasant surprise to security researchers and Android users. Android ransomware infections are rare: we have only observed a few of such threats. Cyber Police Android, New Unusual Android, and FBI Android viruses are the ransomware infections we have found to target Androids. All of them … Continued

Cyber Police Android Virus

Blue Coat Systems has reported about a new malware that attacks older Android phones, when you are simply visiting a website. The page is not known yet, but it is pretty obvious that it is a porn websites. Once infected, you will receive a warning on your computer screen saying that your device has been … Continued

New Unusual Android Ransomware

Application presented as Flash Player for Androids uses  instant messaging protocol (Also known as XMPP)  in order to communicate with C&C servers. Recent researches by Check Point Software Technologies revealed that this malware is different from all other mobile ransomware due to this singular method of communication with servers. It uses Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol in … Continued

System Kernel UI upgrade

A new mobile malware called ‘System Kernel UI upgrade’ has been spotted lately. While it’s not really clear what consequences it could bring, you should stay away as far from it as possible. It targets various mobile devices with an Android operating system. You can get infected with it while browsing the Internet with one … Continued


As reported by researchers earlier, a new malware called ‘NotCompatible malware’ infects thousands of smartphones all over the world. This dirty infection is targeted specifically to smartphones and tablets running Android operating system (all versions). It’s confirmed that over 4 million phones in the United States alone have been infected with this malware. Once … Continued

FBI android virus

FBI virus (also known as “Android porn” or “Adult Player” virus) is now available for android mobile phones as well. It is listed as a ransomware because it locks your certain files and asks you to pay some money in order to unlock them. It is also known as a Trojan Koler malware and if … Continued

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