Trojan hides in Google Play games, uses steganography to find more malicious code to run

An Android Trojan’s code has been found in more than 60 games distributed via the official Google Play Store, and is using steganography techniques to secretly receive further malicious code for execution on infected devices.

David Bisson reports.

NSA analysts are being paid to watch a LOT of porn

CIA and NSA analysts are given a private room to watch pornographic movies.

All in the name of protecting our liberty of course… from steganographers!

How to spot the Russian spies in your company

Read more in my article at Naked Security.