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Monthly Archives: May 2016

Android SoC security keys extracted: Qualcomm TrustZone in question [UPDATE]

A security exploit appears to have been discovered which allows smart devices (mostly Android) with Qualcomm processors to be hacked into easily. This story began as documented on the blog Bits, Please back in April of 2015, when user “laginimaineb”

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Verizon Galaxy S5 now receiving its Marshmallow update

Can’t get advanced calling to turn on, or wifi calling and even though Google play services updated to the latest version, I am still getting the reminder that Google Play services is out of date…. I was already planning on

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Google Maps gains better discovery features in Android app update

Google packed a lot of little things into the latest Maps update that may make your next trip a little more pleasant. First off, Maps will now ping you with “new and popular places” when you’re away from home. To Google’s

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Malware Attack Targets Thousands Of Android Smartphones And Tablets

If you own an Android smartphone or tablet, listen up! A series of malicious apps have been found in the Google Play store. The malware attacks currently target mobile devices in Russia, but are beginning to spread globally. Which means Android

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Kids these days can’t even write a decent virus

The crusty headless Conficker worm is the web’s most prolific web threat, says security Check Point. The net menace was the one-time world’s biggest bot worming its way since 2008 through millions of machines across every country in the world,

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Android vs iOS: the battle for business

The big question: which is better, Android or iOS? With Microsoft continually failing to make Windows Mobile a success, the two big choices in the mobile game are Apple and Google. But since smartphones are such an essential part of

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Looking back at a decade of hacks and data breaches

Flashback to May 2006 American comedian John Hodgman is unwell. Sneezing. Sweating. Actor Justin Long looks on – unimpressed. This was Apple’s memorable ‘I’m a Mac, I’m a PC’ campaign from the mid-Noughties. The dull and stuffy PC and the

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Knowledge of attack patterns key to protecting digital operations

Companies and organizations must be able to first identify all cyberattack patterns in an attempt to develop a reliable protection system for their internet-based operations, an executive from a leading cybersecurity systems company suggested. Speaking to reporters in Jakarta on

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Mobile malware threat persists as attacks target iOS devices

Check Point today published its latest Threat Index, highlighting the most prevalent malware families being used to attack organisations’ networks and mobile devices globally in April 2016. Check Point identified 2,000 unique malware families during April, which was more than

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Stop your bitching and stalling; just take the software upgrade already

Image: iStock Image: ZDNet There is rage on the internet, my friends. It’s all about the dreaded replacement cycle that we are facing now. No, I’m not talking about the upcoming presidential election. I’m talking about your PC operating system

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