The last time we talked about the Dog Wars app was back in April when Michael Vick spoke out against it after getting busted for running a dog fighting ring. That app is still around and now, there are reports that the app has
As you’re reading this, the threat is essentially over, that is, supposing you didn’t download the apps in question before Google shut this whole situation down. As this sort of thing requires action first, details
One of the good things about Android is that it’s open source. But on the other hand, that also means it can sometimes be the Wild West out there with exploits sneaking in under the guise of legitimate looking apps. Such is
Oh that crappy ol’ Geinimi Trojan making its way around the Android world has been analyzed those superheroes of mobile security: Lookout (or lookout, with the lower-case L if you please.) Making a big bad name for
A new Android trojan has been discovered, Geinimi, capable of stripping information from a user’s device and sending that to a third-party, or even allowing the handset’s functionality to be remotely controlled.
The latest SMS Trojan, Trojan-SMS-AndroidOS-FakePlayer-B, is now being distributed via Russian-language sites that are offering up video clips. Although it has not yet been spotted on any other sites, it could make it’s way to