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Lab Matters: An inside look at mobile malware threats

In this latest installment of the Lab Matters webcast, senior malware analyst Denis Maslennikov provides an inside look at the mobile threat landscape.

Maslennikov discusses the recent surge in SMS trojans targeting the Android platform, the use of search engine optimization techniques to spread mobile malware and the financial incentives involved.

He also talks about how attacks differ between mobile platforms and offer some startling predictions about what we’ll see in the coming years.

Lab Matters: An inside look at mobile malware threats

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