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8035933500?profile=RESIZE_400xA new ransomware has emerged online threatening Android security.  This new malware triggers on an infected phone as soon as the victim presses the Home key. Researchers at Microsoft are warning about a new strain of mobile ransomware that takes advantage of incoming call notifications and Android's Home button to lock the device behind a ransom note.

The findings concern a variant of a known Android ransomware family called, "MalLocker.B" which has resurfaced with new techniques.  This malware

6932015855?profile=RESIZE_400xA new strain of ransomware has arisen in Canada, targeting Android users, and locking up personal photos and videos. Named CryCryptor by cyber threat investigators, it has initially been spotted pretending to be the official COVID-19 tracing app provided by Health Canada.  It is propagating via two different bogus websites that pretend to be official.   According to ESET researchers, one called tracershield[dot]ca.  Like other ransomware families, it encrypts targeted files.  But, instead of sim