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Monthly Archives: April 2013

BadNews Android malware pushes fraud schemes

Lookout Security uncovered the newcomer and notified Google, which promptly removed all apps and suspended the associated developer accounts pending further investigation, the company said in a blog. The command-and-control (CC) servers, meanwhile, are located in Russia, Ukraine and Germany,

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Study: 32.8 Million Android Phones Infected with Malware

Do you have an anti-virus app on your Android phone yet? If not, a new study conducted by security firm NQ Mobile suggests you’re playing with fire: The number of malware threats to your Android phone has increased 163% over the

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Android Remains Main Target For Mobile Malware Writers Despite iOS Having …

Mobile malware remains a small and nascent issue, especially when compared to the scale of threats crowding around desktop OSes, but the threat that is out there continues to mostly affect Google’s Android platform. This despite Apple’s iOS technically having more

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Droid Incredible 2 Ice Cream Sandwich Update: Same Story 8 Months Later

Tweet It appears that HTC hasn’t shut the door on a potential HTC Droid Incredible 2 Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update,  an update that was originally promised before the end of August but has yet to roll out to

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Yahoo! for Android app update brings Summly integration

It appears as if Yahoo is on an app update kick here lately. We recently saw an update for the Yahoo Mail app that brought a new layout and proper support for tablets. This latest update deals with the Yahoo

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Google Bans Self-Updating Android Apps

  CREDIT: Palto/Shutterstock.com Updating Android apps is usually very simple: Click on the Google Play Store app, My Apps and “Update all.” You can even set apps to update automatically. This process is simple for the end user, but creates

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Criminals Trick Android Users with In-App Ads for Fake Antivirus – The Next Web

A new malware scheme has been discovered that pushes fake antivirus software to Android users via in-app advertising. Once installed, the trojan informs the victims they need to pay up to remove threats on their device. The malware in question,

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5 Signs Your Android Smartphone Is Infected With Malware

Guest author Catalin Cosoi is chief security strategist at Bitdefender. Android malware seems to be spreading at a dizzying pace. In the second half of 2012 alone, Bitdefender found that Android malware spiked 292% from the first half of the

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More Threats to Privacy as Adware Targeting Android Devices Jump 61 …

<!– Like us on Facebook –> Bitdefender, which created on the world’s fastest and most effective lines of internationally certified security software, said that since most Internet users turn their personal devices into work devices, it makes sense to restrict

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Sophos Updates Solution to Combat Malware on Android Devices

Are your customers concerned about unwanted text messages containing potentially malicious URLs? What about phone calls with hidden caller IDs? Security vendor Sophos has developed a solution to combat these security threats on Android devices, leveraging SPAM filter capabilities for

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