Bluebox Security began talking about the Master Key exploit recently and it seems to be a popular topic amongst Android users. The original reports are saying this could have affected about 900 million devices. The exploit had
Bluebox Security has recently gone public with an exploit that is said to be able to affect up to 900 million Android phones. And if that number doesn’t sound scary enough for Android users, putting it another way and you
Hey, security researchers. We appreciate what you do. But the world of malware is worrisome enough without yo giving the bad guys even more ideas. A graduate student at Pennsylvania State University has upped the creepy
Angry Birds Space is a lot of fun. No, really, it justifies the hype – if you haven’t tried it yet, download the free game in the Google Play Store. But for Pete’s sake, make sure you’re using the Google
There’s been a lot of news in the last few months about Trojans and other malware aimed at Android devices, and with millions of new phones and tablets being sold every week, that’s not likely to change any time soon.
Microsoft may like playing fun at the growing Android malware problem, but you’d have a hard time convincing most regular users that it’s an issue. That’s mostly down to admirable vigilance on Google’s
If you are the sort that downloads apps for alternative markets for your Android device, security firm Webroot has a warning for you. According to the company, there is a new network of convincing fake app stores that are pushing
Is anybody feeling some 90s nostalgia right about now? It seems like hardly a day goes by where we don’t hear about some sneaky new way for hackers and identity thieves to compromise incautious Android users’ phones.
Unfortunately, Android users need to be increasingly vigilant when it comes to non-Market apps and hacks. Nowhere is this more true than unofficial versions of the Netflix app. Security firm Symantec has documented a fake version
The next time you see a QR code in a public place, you might want to think twice before opening up Google Goggles. According to researchers at Kaspersky, a new Trojan has been found that uses the popular barcodes to steal Android