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Monthly Archives: September 2012

Sophos Updates Android Security App

Sophos recently announced the availability of the newest version of its free Sophos Mobile Security app for Android devices. “In the latest version, Sophos has added extra features including the ability to schedule scans against the latest malware data from

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Sophos Updates Android Security App

Sophos recently announced the availability of the newest version of its free Sophos Mobile Security app for Android devices. “In the latest version, Sophos has added extra features including the ability to schedule scans against the latest malware data from

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Researchers Develop ‘Visual Malware’ for Mobile Devices

According to the MIT Technology Review, researchers at Indiana University and the Naval Surface Warfare Center have developed a new form of malware designed to record and reconstruct a victim’s environment. “[The researchers] call their visual malware PlaceRaider and have

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Sophos’ free Android anti-malware update targets home users

Keep up to date with the latest products, services and technologies from the world’s leading IT companies. IThound.com brings you over 2,000 white papers, case studies and analyst reports. Article source: http://www.v3.co.uk/v3-uk/news/2208969/sophos-updates-free-version-of-android-antimalware-tool

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GAO Warns of Surge in Mobile Malware

A new report [PDF file] from the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) cites a Juniper Networks study which found that the number of malware variants aimed at mobile devices has risen from about 14,000 to 40,000 in less than a

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Researchers Develop ‘Visual Malware’ for Android

Via Gizmodo we have learned of PlaceRaider, the scariest damn Android malware you never want hiding on your cuddly old pal, the full-featured smartphone. Researchers at the US Naval Surface Warfare Center created PlaceRaider and have dubbed it “visual malware.”

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Scary New Malware Targets Android Smart Phones, Steals Images …

via Technology Review See Also These PTSD Treatments Most Troops Would Laugh At Might Actually Work Best US Soldier’s Helmet Cam Shows Him Drawing Taliban Fire To Protect His Unit Julian Assange And Wikileaks Labeled ‘Enemy Of The State’ In

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Identity theft on the rise as only 5% of mobile devices are physically protected

And apart from headline-grabbing malware attacks on smartphones, it should be one of the strongest motivators for users to adopt mobile security software. Adoption so far, however, is critically lacking. Juniper said that while only 5% of smartphones and tablet devices

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SecurityWatch Summit 2012: An Evening of Mobile Security

Security experts descended on lower Manhattan last night for our very first SecurityWatch Summit to discuss mobile security inside an old JPMorganChase bank vault. We laughed, we argued, and by the end of the night, we’d learned something new. The

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New Android Malware Is A Burglar’s Best Friend

Newly released malware PlaceRaider sounds like science fiction: It’s Android malware designed to build 3-D models of users’ apartments for burglars and assassins. But PlaceRaider–developed by a team at Indiana University–is very real. The new malware was built as an

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