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Monthly Archives: November 2011

New Android malware targets Canadians

Jameson Berkow  Nov 29, 2011 – 2:34 PM ET REUTERS/Robert Galbraith Canadian users of Android smartphones are being targeted by a new form of malicious software that forces devices to send expensive text messages to paid services Comments Email Twitter

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Google Android Malware Up 472% Since July: Report

Usually the term ‘malware’ is synonymous with PC infections that result in frustratingly sluggish computer performance. But now, the same term may be associated with mobile devices just as much as PCs, as the number of mobile malware infections skyrocket.

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RIM Mobile Fusion to add BlackBerry security tools to Android, iOS

Research In Motion announced on Tuesday that it will soon launch software that will bring security and management features once only found on BlackBerrys over to Android and iOS phones and tablets. The new tools, which RIM is calling BlackBerry

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Juniper’s Mobile Security Continues

Juniper Networks Inc. ( JNPR ) recently announced that it will offer Junos Pulse Mobile Security Suite to Canadian telecom company, TELUS. Financial details of the deal were not divulged. Use of personal devices in the workplace and access to

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EDITING Twitter Hardens Tweets With Android Security Acquisition

Twitter is showing its followers that it cares about security with its latest acquisition. The micro-blogging service just scooped up Whisper Systems, a small mobile-security software development start-up. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Whisper Systems provides security

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Twitter Hardens Tweets With Android Security Acquisition

Twitter is showing its followers that it cares about security with its latest acquisition. The micro-blogging service just scooped up Whisper Systems, a small mobile-security software development start-up. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Whisper Systems provides security

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Paying the Price for Those Free Apps

We often don’t get what we don’t pay for with smartphones and their free apps: security. It’s easy to be victimized.  That’s the conclusion of experts at IEEE, the technical professional association, who in a statement issued Tuesday predict that

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Preparing for mobile emergencies

Recently a friend asked me to recommend a mobile anti-malware product for his use. I am loathed to state any one product as the best, as I firmly believe that there are different products that are best for different people’s

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Twitter seeks deeper Android integration with latest buy

It’s been made abundantly clear that Android isn’t the safest platform. Malware attacks have been on the rise, especially in the past year as Android devices become the most populous on the planet. A few companies have taken measures to

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Mobile Security And Privacy Breaches ‘Totally Unacceptable’ To Customers

When it comes to mobile security and privacy, it seems consumers want to have it both ways. A recent survey by AdaptiveMobile found that 69 percent of smartphone users view privacy breaches as “totally unacceptable.” Yet, 75 percent of them

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