malware

Report: most free anti-malware apps are almost useless

Malware is a growing problem for Android, both within the Android Market and without. But when it comes to free applications, it looks like...

Norton expands Android offerings with Tablet Security app

Norton, peddlers of all things software security related, already has an established presence on the Android platform with its Mobile Security app, already available...

‘Battery Upgrade’ malware shows users how to make their phone vulnerable

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...

Premium phone number scams and malware on the rise, says Symantec

Android is taking the world by storm, and unfortunately, that means that scammers and hackers are coming along for the ride. Security firm Symantec...

QR code infects Android phones with Trojan malware

The next time you see a QR code in a public place, you might want to think twice before opening up Google Goggles. According...

Android has the most Malware according to McAfee

McAfee is one of the larger security and virus protection companies out the. The company has put a lot of work into helping to...

Fake Google+ app floating around hides Android malware

Android users that are fans of Google+ need to be aware that a new malware app is circulating right now. Earlier this month I...

Android fans are twice as likely to get malware today as they were six...

The number of malware apps for the Android smartphone and tablet users to contend with is growing all the time. Some of the malware...

Another Android Trojan App Spotted, This Can Record Phone Calls

Over the past few months we have seen a few of these types of things here and there but this takes things to a...

Avast! Anti-Virus for Android in the works, Rooted users will get extra funtions

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...

Apps suspended from Android Market after Plankton malicious code discovered

A security researcher has discovered a new malicious code on the Android Market that was circulating in some apps. The code is called Plankton...

Android Malware issue pops up again

Just last week Google removed around two dozen applications from the market because of more Malware and virus problems. Apparently there were leftovers from...

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