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Monthly Archives: June 2013

Android’s Biggest Threat Isn’t Malware, It’s Lost Phones

Security people are, by and large, a bit of a dour lot. It’s not their fault, but their industry focuses on all the bad things that could happen to you—many of which you’ve never worried about before. That’s why it’s

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Malware threats materializing on smartphones

(MoneyWatch) If you’re at least somewhat tech savvy, you’re probably quite diligent by now about protecting your PC from malware threats. You run some form of antivirus software, and you are careful about installing suspicious software. You might note be

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Malware threats to BYOD vary by platform, says mobile study

The rise of malicious attacks directed at mobile devices should give those charged with overseeing BYOD policies pause in light of the third annual mobile threats report released by Juniper Networks Mobile Threat Center (MTC). “The report isn’t written specifically

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Android, meet malware; malware, Android

<![CDATA[]]> Article source: http://www.itwire.com/business-it-news/security/60463-android-meet-malware-malware-android

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Most Android threats would be blocked if phones ran latest Android version …

IDG News Service – Over three quarters of Android threats are malicious apps that send SMS messages to premium rate numbers and could be mitigated by a protection feature present in Android 4.2, according to researchers from networking vendor Juniper

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Google Android malware threat on the up

An incredible 92 per cent of all mobile malware attacks are made on Google Android phones. That’s according to a new report from Juniper Research, which also says that malware on mobile has risen by a colossal 614 per cent

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Android Malware Climbs 614 Percent in 2012: Study

Attackers are becoming more business savvy, exploiting the Android OS ecosystem and finding easier ways to distribute malware. Mobile malware has developed into a profitable business for cyber-criminals, as their interest in exploiting mobile devices, particularly those running Google’s Android

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Five simple ways to avoid Android malware

It’s weird. Linux, which is Android’s foundation, has almost no malware to speak of. Trend Micro, however, predicts that there may be as many as a million Android malware threats by the end of the year. What’s going on here?

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Dual SIM HTC One Android 4.2.2 Update Released, Regular Version Still Waits

“; document.write(gstring); } The dual SIM HTC One is only sold in China, and HTC has started rolling out Android 4.2.2 update for it. The update brings a host of improvements and enhancements for the device. Android 4.2.2 is pre-installed

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Verizon Droid Xyboards To Get Android 4.1 Update

“; document.write(gstring); } The Motorola Xyboard tablets come in 10.1″ and 8.2″ sizes, both feature identical design language and internal specifications. The 10.1″ has an obviously larger display and a bigger battery. Verizon did launch both of these tablets, but

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