APRIL 11, 2014
Your regular source of security updates from TrendLabsSM
In This Issue

Security Spotlight
The Old with the New: Data Breaches May Lead to Phone Phishing

Security for Home Users
Newly Discovered Android Bug “Bricks” Devices

Security for Business
Windows XP Is Dead: How Do Enterprises Move On?

Security Spotlight

The Old with the New: Data Breaches May Lead to Phone Phishing

When big companies like banks or credit card companies are said to have suffered a breach, it’s easy to assume that cybercriminals will use the stolen data for electronic financial theft. But there’s another way they can potentially use the customer data they’ve illegally procured—using it in old-fashioned but still-effective scams like phone phishing.


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Security for Home Users

Newly Discovered Android Bug “Bricks” Devices

As the most popular mobile platform these days, it’s not surprising that a lot of people are poking at the Android™ code, checking for weaknesses and bugs. It’s a good thing then that the good guys found this particular device-bricking bug before the bad guys did. Read on to find out more about this pesky bug that, if exploited, could cause a lot of problems for Android owners.


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Security for Business

Windows XP Is Dead: How Do Enterprises Move On?

April 8, 2014 marked the day that Microsoft ended support for Windows® XP. From its launch on October 25, 2001, it has been a practical and reliable business machine OS of choice for 12 years, 5 months, and 2 weeks.


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