A new Android malware app has recently been discovered. This latest is called Android Defender Platinum and while it sounds like a bad deal, there is one positive side in that it wasn’t available by way of the Google Play
The extremely popular security and anti-virus company ESET, widely known for their NOD32 PC security suite is finally available for Android. It has been around as a beta for well over a year, and today they’ve announced the
In the recent months the amount of malware in the Android Market has continued to climb, or the reports have at least. When something gets as big and popular as Android you will always have those people looking to cheat, steal,
Norton, peddlers of all things software security related, already has an established presence on the Android platform with its Mobile Security app, already available in the Android Market. Like always the company is looking to
Over the past few months we have seen a few of these types of things here and there but this takes things to a whole new level. Previous virus applications would mine user data and passwords and that is pretty bad I must admit,
Avast! one of the most popular and widely used anti-malware program for Windows will be releasing for Android soon. This app will help secure your device safely and if you’re a rooted user, you’ll be granted extra features.
Just last week Google removed around two dozen applications from the market because of more Malware and virus problems. Apparently there were leftovers from the “DroidDreamLight” malware and Google had to flip the
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
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.