Once granted admin privileges, the malware can serve its true purpose, impersonating and overlaying legitimate mobile apps with mobile phishing pages that trick users to giving away their credentials and credit card data.

“We have seen PC malware posing as security updates or a malware clean-up utility in the past.

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Looking to capitalize on mobile device owners' growing security fears, a new variant of the Android malware Marcher is infecting victims by fraudulently posing as a firmware security update.

In a blog post, cybersecurity firm Zscaler reported finding a malicious HTML page that claims the reader's device is vulnerable to viruses, urging the user to install a firmware update.

Like its distribution method, Marcher's malicious overlay tactic has evolved since the malware's debut in 2013, Zscaler reported.

Originally, the malware exclusively took advantage of Google Play store shoppers by opening a fake overlay page that would not close unless visitors entered their credit card information.

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“With computers storing terrabytes of personal data, it often takes months before enough evidence can be cobbled together from reams of documents, emails, photos, chat logs and text messages,” said one cybersleuth.

But all of this downtime is about to undergo a metamorphosis thanks to new data-crunching techniques unveiled by researchers Gaby Dagher and Benjamin Fung from Concordia University. Law enforcement officers are now putting this research to work through Concordia's partnership with Canada's National Cyber-Forensics and Training Alliance, in which law enforcement organizations, and the private sector work together to share information to stop emerging cyber threats and mitigate existing ones.

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