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Monthly Archives: March 2014

Android Malware Roundup: February 2014 Released Today by Armor for Android

Armor for Android is continually evaluating the Android malware landscape and the second edition the monthly Android Malware Roundup has arrived (PRWEB) March 03, 2014 Armor for Android is continually evaluating the Android malware landscape and the second edition the

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Mobile Threat Monday: Google Lays Down the Law to Developers

Sure, Android malware is a problem, but you’re much more likely to encounter a misbehaving legitimate app than an actual Android Trojan. Some apps request permissions that aren’t reasonable, like a flashlight app requiring access to your contacts list. Others

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Next-Level Mobile Malware Threats: Touch Logging & Tor

Whilst it’s debateable whether mobile malware is really a serious threat to the average use, it’s clear innovation in malicious kit targeting smartphones is ramping up.  That was evident from research released this week at the RSA 2014 conference, where

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Malware attacks on Android devices see 600% increase, says Sophos

Malware targeting the Android platform is exploding, with a 600 percent increase in just the past 12 months. That statistic is among the findings of a new study–Mobile Security Threat Report–unveiled last week at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona,

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Fortinet Threat Landscape Report 2014 is bad news for Android users

Mobile malware is coming! Mobile malware is coming! That has been the rallying cry of security vendors for a few years now, and yet there has been little evidence of the threat in the real world. Don’t let your guard

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Android Accounted for 97% of All Mobile Malware in 2013

Back in 2012, Android accounted for 79 percent of all mobile malware. Last year, that number ballooned even further to 97 percent. Both those data points come from security firm F-Secure, which today released its 40-page Threat Report for the

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Malware Hijacks Android Mobile Devices to Mine Cryptocurrency

On its surface, the idea of turning a smartphone into a cryptocurrency mining machine sounds novel. But practical and profitable? Not so much. That hasn’t stopped thieves from corrupting a number of popular Android applications for just that purpose, including

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Report: 97% Of Mobile Malware Is On Android. This Is The Easy Way You Stay …

In 2013 Android grew to a very large number: 87%. This was its share of the global smartphone market. It also grew to an even larger one: 97%. This was Android’s share of global mobile malware. Unless you’ve had your

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Android 4.4.3 KitKat Release Update: Release and Top Features to Expect

<!– Like us on Facebook –> Frequent data connection dropout fix mm-qcamera-daemon crash and optimization fixes Camera focus in regular and HDR modes fixes Power Manager display wakelock fix Multiple Bluetooth fixes Fix for a random reboot App shortcuts even

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Nexus 7 To Receive Android 4.4.3 Update; List of Top 10 Android 4.4.3 Fixes …

<!– Like us on Facebook –> With the patterns sorted out, the latest KTU83 Android 4.4.3 build for Nexus 5 was created on the March 24 2014. With the new leaks on the possible Android firmware update for both Nexus

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