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 lot of Android
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.
We all know that a new kind of ransomware is spreading these days. It's posing as a video player app and uses Global XMPP chat to contact server. It can be difficult to know if an app is legitimate or not so we need to be more
Malware like Ransomware is a serious problem but instead of victimizing desktops and laptops, mobile devices are now the latest victims. It's not really surprising because millions of people already rely on their smartphones or
Qualcomm has announced that its upcoming next gen Snapdragon 820 chipset will include another layer of malware protection for devices in the Snapdragon Smart Protect technology. The new tech is an on-chip “learning” feature,
While Google still hasn’t officially released the crucial security patch (aside from the one for Nexus devices) that would protect Android devices from the so-called Stagefright malware, there have been several posts and advice
In light of the Android Stagefright security vulnerability that has frightened users everywhere, as well as Google’s slow response in issuing a security patch to resolve the issue, Samsung has decided that a new security update
Android users had a rude awakening earlier this week when news of the Stagefright vulnerability spread like wildfire across online news outlets. And unlike previous hoaxes or paranoid false alarms, this one is actually legit and