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The growing threat of mobile malware: Top Android malware families of 2012

 January 8, 2013

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The open-source nature of the Android platform is its biggest strength and Achilles heel at the same time. Android handsets constituted almost 72% of global smartphone sales in Q3 2012 and 1.3 million Android devices are activated worldwide every single day. This is a staggering market share that Android enjoys...

Security news and updates from the last week

 December 21, 2012

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Major security flaw found in Samsung devices, Samsung working on solution Samsung manufactures the Exynos 4 quad-core and dual-core chips for its flagship products like Samsung Galaxy S3 and the Galaxy Note II. However, a security flaw has been discovered in these SoC (system on a chip) processors that makes...

Security news updates from the last week

 October 27, 2012

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Android apps are still not completely secure, say German researchers German researchers have found that heavily encrypted Android apps are also susceptible to losing crucial data about their users. They tested several free apps from Google Play and found that they could successfully carry out man-in-the-middle attacks against most of...

The FBI’s IC3 releases a public warning about the growing threat of mobile malware

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 October 16, 2012

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It is a known fact that malware threats over smartphones, especially on Android, are on the rise and have reached a large number of victims all around the world. To highlight this threat, the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) issued a warning about the growing hazards of mobile malware and...