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26.11 Android adware “sets up” other programs
Mobile advertising has long become one of the main sources of getting revenue. However, this way of money making is interesting not only for honest software developers but also for virus makers. Android.Spy.510 is one of the latest Trojans detected by Doctor Web specialists. It installs an unwanted program module on Android mobile devices. The module displays advertisements on top of the majority of launched programs.
25.11 Free file decryption assistance—only for PCs protected by Dr.Web at the moment of infection
Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web is announcing that it is making changes with regards to the conditions under which it renders free technical support services to Dr.Web users whose systems have been compromised by Trojan.Encoder encryption ransomware. Now support will only be rendered if—at the moment of infection—the affected PCs were running Dr.Web Security Space or Dr.Web Anti-virus for Windows 9.0 or later, Dr.Web Enterprise Security Suite (v.6+) and were under the protection of an active commercial Dr.Web license.
19.11 Doctor Web announces the discovery of Linux.Encoder.2
Emergence of new encryption ransomware for Linux that was dubbed Linux.Encoder.1 got a huge response from ordinary users and IT specialists worldwide—as it turned out, even such secure system as Linux can become a target of ransomware Trojans. Moreover, recently, at least two other representatives of this family came into light. Doctor Web security researchers have carefully examined one of them and dubbed it Linux.Encoder.2.