Marcher malware unleashed in fake Adobe Flash Player update

by Derek Kortepeter
Sept. 1, 2017 1 comment TechGenix malware mobile & wireless security

Marcher malware on Android devices has been on the radar of security researchers for some time. Marcher malware is a powerful banking infection that steals online banking credentials and credit card info. Banking malware is nothing new, but Marcher has been employed in numerous creative ways in an attempt to cause infection, from faking mobile game downloads to pretending to be the Google Play Store. The next variation of attack has surfaced in the form of a false Adobe Flash Player update. As explained in a detailed report from security researchers at Zscaler:

http://techgenix.com/marcher-malware-fake-adobe-flash

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Steven Ulm 8 months ago

Only this year I've received two fake Adobe Flash Player updates; Adobe really should increase the awareness on this...

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