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Fake ‘The Interview’ Android app steals bank account details

Looks like more hackers are getting in on The Interview’s controversial tale. A new fake app making rounds in South Korea promises to download a copy of the movie for you. Instead, it steals your bank account details. McAfee security researcher Graham Cluley said in a blog post that the app is an Android Trojan they identified as Android/Badaccents which targets several Korean banks and one international bank (Citibank). And interestingly enough, it is designed to not target North Korean users. This story is just a reminder to stop downloading everything you see online until you can verify that it is from a legitimate source.

Source: Graham Cluley | Via: Mashable


Norton partners with Staples Canada to offer Norton Virus Protection Service

Norton wants to make sure your devices are protected from viruses with the new service it offers with Staples Canada. When users purchases a Norton 360 Multi-Device for their computer, they will have access to normal product support but will be extended to the Virus Removal Service offered through Staples Easy Tech Services once a virus is detected. If remote services don’t resolve the issue, Norton will dispatch an agent to examine the issue on-site.

Virus Protection Service covers one user for one year from installation date and can be added on to most installation services available exclusively through Staples Easy Tech Centres around the country. It will be available for $99 for the first device and additional services can be purchased for other devices (PC’s, Mac’s, smartphones, and tablets) for $49.It will be available in English and French.


McAfee: One in every six PCs are not protected

McAfee announced the results of a global study that set out to determine the percentage of personal computer owners without any working security software and protection.Out of the 24 participating countries, Canada was ranked as the 7th least protected country. 

Key findings from the study include:

- Eighty-three (83) per cent of global PC owners have working basic security protection

- Seventeen (17) per cent of PCs scanned had no anti-virus installed or it was expired

- Canada is the 7th least protected country, with 17.9 per cent of consumers browsing the Internet without any protection. Of this group of users, 9.48 per cent of consumers have no protection installed, and 8.45 per cent of consumers have installed but disabled security, placing the country in the number two spot for this category behind Singapore.

The full results of the study can be found here.


Video: 60 Minutes covers the dangerous effects of Stuxnet virus

Stuxnet is a virus that compromises critical hardware in nuclear power plants like the centifruge that maintains the balance of uranium. When deployed, Stuxnet can result in industrial sabotage and millions of dollars in losses. 60 minutes explored this particularly nasty form of malware and its implications.