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Monthly Archives: January 2014

Samsung Galaxy S4, Galaxy Note 3, Nexus 5 and Other Android Users Advised …

<!– Like us on Facebook –> When it finds the right apps, the malware will prompt the user to delete the device and provide a bogus pretext. It will persuade the user to get a malicious equivalent. Once the user

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McAfee threat report cites mobile malware, social attacks

The McAfee Labs’ 2014 Threats Predictions report spanned a number of different areas of concern in IT security. Though, by nature, a company such as McAfee makes its business on ensuring the public knows the potential threats and how its

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Mobile malware meets BYOD

Mobility Mobile malware meets BYOD By Amber Corrin Jan 30, 2014   Mobile malware is growing at an explosive rate, a trend that began in 2011 and continues to gain velocity – just as bring-your-own-device strategies are gaining greater acceptance

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FireEye Discovers 6 Android Malware Variants

FireEye recently published a blog post detailing the discovery of six Android malware variants, ushering in the beginning of a new wave of Android malware that is more sophisticated than ever. The U.S. Cert Gov report  indicates that phishing attacks

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New Android Malware Steals SMS Messages, Intercepts Calls

Android VPN Bypass Vulnerability Affects KitKat As Well As Jelly Bean A VPN bypass bug in Android’s Jelly Bean 4.3 build disclosed last week is also present in Android’s most recent operating system, KitKat 4.4. Read more… Article source: http://threatpost.com/new-android-malware-steals-sms-messages-intercepts-calls/103785

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Android app claims to use artificial intelligence to fight cyber threats

Tim Cook says Apple will enter a new product category in 2014 What product category do you think Apple will enter in 2014? Article source: http://www.theinquirer.net/inquirer/news/2325001/android-app-claims-to-use-artificial-intelligence-to-fight-cyber-threats

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Android Malware, Security Insights

Mobile threats, malware pose significant risks within Android OS. With the right mobility tools security and privacy advances can be accelerated in offering opportunities. Security solutions and tools should drive overall focus on the organizations outcome. Having more standardized tools

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Hackers concoct most devious way yet to deliver Android malware

Phil Schiller recently tweeted a link to a report that said 99% of all mobile malware is directed at Android. Usually the malware comes through the web in the form of phishing or other tactics but it usually doesn’t come

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AT&T Finally Approves Android 4.2.2 Update For HTC One X, Expected To Hit …

There were some delays, but HTC’s last-generation flagship device is getting the bump up to Android 4.2.2. Yes, ATT has approved the OTA for its version of the HTC One X. Sadly, this will be the last new version of

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‘Dungeon Hunter 4′ Hardcore Update: Version 1.5.0 Now Available for Android …

<!– Like us on Facebook –>  “Dungeon Hunter 4″ is an action/arcade hack-and-slash role playing videogame (RPG) developed by Gameloft. It is part of the Dungeon Crawler RPG series. Players can choose from four types of warrior classes including Battleworn,

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