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Monthly Archives: November 2013

Mobile Malware Threats on the Rise

Mobile malware threats made a significant jump in just three months time, according to a new survey that found that malware is concentrated on the most popular mobile operating system, Android. In the age of bring-your-own-device (BYOD) work models, midsize

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Android users, beware of malware

Android users, beware of malware — Do you need to run antivirus software on a smartphone? If you have a phone running Google Inc.’sAndroid operating system, it’s a good idea. In the smartphone world, malware is largely an Android problem,

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F-Secure Finds 252 New Android Threats

WOOBURN GREEN, UK — According to the new F-Secure Mobile Threat Report for July-September 2013, it was discovered that 259 new mobile threat families and variants of existing families were identified by F-Secure Labs in the third quarter of 2013.

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Mobile Threat Monday: An Android Banking Trojan Blast From The Past

This year, we’ve seen the number of malware threats targeting Android surpass one million. But along with the staggering number, is a clearer picture of the industrial nature of Android malware, where winning strategies and code are re-used in totally

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Compromised digital signatures a threat to Android and PCs, study finds

November 21, 2013 Finding ways to bypass or validate digital signatures on PCs and Android-based mobile devices in an attempt to distribute malware is fast becoming a new trend among attackers, according to the McAfee Labs Threats Report: Third Quarter

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Android users should watch out for malware

By  Troy Wolverton San Jose (Calif.) Mercury News Monday November 11, 2013 1:41 AM View Slideshow AP FILE PHOTO Smartphones using the Android operating system, such as this Motorola Moto X, are vulnerable to malware, security experts say. Do you

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Mobile malware threats jump 26% in third quarter

The number of mobile malware threat families rose to 259 in the third quarter of the year, a 26% increase on the previous quarter, according to F-Secure’s latest Mobile Threat Report. The report is based on data from the official

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Wolverton: If you’re running Android, watch out for malware

SETTING THE RECORD STRAIGHT (publ. 11/7/2013, page A4) Because of incorrect information provided by Google, the name of Adrian Ludwig, an Android security engineer at the company, was misspelled in the Tech Files column. Do you need to run antivirus

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HTC One Android KitKat software update hits Unlocked, Developer Editions

This week the folks at HTC continue their rather rapid deployment of the Android 4.4 KitKat software update across the globe with their Unlocked and Developer Editions. These are two of the last editions to get the software, while some

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Google Nexus 7 Video Performance Affected after Android Kitkat Update; Nexus …

Google-powered latest mobile OS Android 4.4 Kitkat has reportedly marred the video playback performance on Nexus 7 device. The Android 4.4 Kitkat OS update, first witnessed in Google Nexus 5, has already started rolling out in Nexus 7 and Nexus

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