Last year, the Stagefright bug caused relative panic in the Android world because it was discovered that hackers could access your personal data collect it by going through an unsecure path in Android’s media processing stack.
A critical vulnerability in Android has been made public, and it specifically points to devices that are powered by Qualcomm chipsets. If you realize how ubiquitous Qualcomm has become, this equals to a huge freaking lot of
A truly amazing (and scary) exploit was showcased at the MobilePwn2Own event at the PacSec conference in Tokyo yesterday, gaining control over the Android operating system in one fell swoop, so to speak. The exploit went through
You can say without doubt that Google created Android and is the main source of current Android versions that you see on devices out in the market today. But what you cannot say is that the version of Android you find, say in a
In light of the Stagefright vulnerability that rocked the Android world a few months back, Google has promised to push out security updates for Android on a monthly basis – starting of course with the Nexus line of devices.
If you think fingerprint scanners or sensors are more secure, you may be wrong. Some hackers believe that there are several ways to hack those fingerprints according to a new research presented recently at the Black Hat
Racking up hundreds to thousand of dollars on your mobile phone or data account is not unusual. We've heard of similar situations already since anything is actually vulnerable to security hacks especially if one is not careful.
More than ever, security and privacy has become by-words in the tech industry, especially after Edward Snowden dropped his bombshell of a revelation. But security isn't as simple as flicking a switch. And sometimes, knowing how
As we all know, last week the team at Apple announced and revealed their all-new and completely redesigned iOS 7. A lot of people love it, some don't, and obviously this is just the early beta stages of their new mobile OS.