More than 1 Million Android Devices Infected by ‘Gooligan’ Trojan

DAILY VIDEO: ‘Gooligans’ malware infects more than 1.3 million Android devices; Firefox patched for Zero-Day vulnerability; Microsoft turning to artificial intelligence to combat data glut; and there’s more. Read more about the stories in today’s news: Today’s topics include Trojan horse malware that has compromised more than a million Android devices, Mozilla’s quick patch to a zero-day flaw in Firefox, Microsoft’s use of artificial intelligence to help enterprises manage unrelenting flood of business data and Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise’s “freemium” Unified Communications as a Service offer. Rogue mobile applications infected with the “Gooligan” Trojan horse is compromising older Android devices by harvesting the security tokens for Google’s services and using those tokens to download additional applications and post reviews on behalf of the users, according to Check Point Software Technologies. Gooligan targets…


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