#AxisOfEasy 350: Malware Disguised As Popular Apps Targets Android Users

Weekly Axis Of Easy #350

Last Week’s Quote was:” The majority is never right. Never, I tell you! That’s one of these lies in society that no free and intelligent man can help rebelling against. Who are the people that make up the biggest proportion of the population — the intelligent ones or the fools? ”  was by Henrik Ibsen.  ” J  “guessed it right and is our winner.

This Week’s Quote:  “Life’s Tragedy is that we get old too soon and wise too late.” By ???

THE RULES:  No searching up the answer, must be posted at the bottom of this post, in the comments section.

The Prize: First person to post the correct answer gets their next domain or hosting renewal on us.

This is your easyDNS #AxisOfEasy Briefing for the week of  May 13th, 2024 our Technology Correspondent Joann L Barnes and easyCEO Mark E. Jeftovic send out a short briefing on the state of the ‘net and how it affects your business, security and privacy.

To Listen/watch this podcast edition with commentary and insight  from Joey Tweets, and Len the Legend click here.

In this issue:

  • Malware Disguised as Popular Apps Targets Android Users
  • Government Shuts Down 1,000 Skype Accounts in Massive Cyber Crime Crackdown
  • LockBit Black Ransomware Rampage: Millions Targeted in Global Email Campaign
  • Meta Adopts Global Human Rights Norms Over US Free Speech Standards
  • Google Cloud Misconfiguration Deletes UniSuper Account Causing Week-Long Outage
  • FBI, DoJ Shut Down BreachForums, Launch Investigation

If you missed the previous issues, they can be read online here:






3 thoughts on “#AxisOfEasy 350: Malware Disguised As Popular Apps Targets Android Users

  1. I’m getting no email rerouting from EasyDNS, but no one at the company has thought to notify me. I pay for the service, and I have some family members using it too, with our last name. For two days now, I have been sent emails that didn’t come to me, and — except for decreased volume — I had no way of knowing it. Why is it not standard policy to notify subscribers immediately — you have our email addresses — when your service is down!? It would make avbsolute common sense to me, and I’d consider it essential to the service.

  2. I issued the complaint on May 20 about getting no email forwarding and not being notified. Mark Leftkovic contacted me and explained that not only had Yahoo made in impossible for EasyDNS to reroute emails, but was actually sending “mail received” notices. So I’m sorry if I jumped the gun! (A havbit of mine, one that I should work on.) Anyway, the problem seems to have been solved.

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