There really is no point to malware but to annoy people. However, such can help and inform the mobile industry how vulnerable a device or platform is. One of the best targets is Android, unfortunately. The latest and the most
Most people will think they won’t really know what how scary a Stagefright infection of their phone is, and that’s because it does take a good amount of work from a hacker to execute a good Stagefright hack. Or at least, it
Malware just got a new face in Android devices, and it’s called “accessibility clickjacking”. This was brought to light by Mobile security outfit Skycure, saying that more than half of Android devices can be victims to this
Citing security risks and the possibility of other malicious groups infecting Xiaomi devices with malware, the Chinese gadget manufacturer has decided that it will be locking the bootloaders of its devices, starting with the new
After the Ghost Push and Kemoge virus families were exposed by CMSecurity and FireEye Labs last month, another adware is disturbing the Android force. The said virus doesn’t ask for money but rather automatically roots
Fact: Viruses and malware abound. Android as a platform is a common target of these genius hackers particularly those living in China. We’re not pointing fingers here but a group of Chinese hackers recently made millions of
Aside from StageFright which was recently followed up by StageFright 2.0, there’s another threat to Android security. If you ever come across Kemoge, that’s the one–a new malware that is currently bothering a
Another week, another new malware deleted. And this time, it brings with it another level of “sophistication” according to Check Point Mobile Threat Prevention, which reported the mobile malware to Google earlier this month.
When it rains, it truly pours. The Android operating system has seen attack after attack on its security and privacy these past couple of months. Get ready for one more. Researchers from the ESET security software company have
Viruses, malware, unwanted ads aren’t just for desktops and laptops anymore. Our smartphones and tablets are as much as a victim, especially now that we use them even more than the computers to browse when we’re on the go.