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Monthly Archives: August 2016

Mobile Bank Heist: Hackers Target Your Phone – WSJ

Cyberthieves have a new way to hack into consumer bank accounts: mobile phones. Malicious software programs with names like Acecard and GM Bot are gaining popularity around the world as criminals look for new and lucrative ways to attack the

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Quick Heal® Technologies Detects 200 Percent Increase in Mobile Ransomware; Identifies Six Top Security Trends in …

Through deployment of its Seqrite line of cloud-enabled IT security solutions for SMEs in North America and across global markets, Quick Heal is able to identify emerging threats that have the potential to impact worldwide businesses. Boston, Mass. (PRWEB) August

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Top 5 Most Common Mobile Threats and Apps; Android GMBot, ‘Angry Birds,’ Facebook and Dropbox Included

(Photo: Reuters) A cell phone. Mobile security threats are still on the rise, aggravated even more by reckless user behavior and poor security practices by businesses, according to MobileIron, a mobile device management (MDM) and enterprise mobility management (EMM) company. In

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BlackBerry DTEK50 review: secure, but not special | The Verge

So how exactly does the DTEK50 differ from last year’s Priv aside from the much lower price? Hardware-wise, it’s mostly a downgrade on all fronts. This is a BlackBerry that doesn’t feel very BlackBerry, for starters — probably because it’s

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Twitoor first Android malware known to leverage Twitter for command and control

August 24, 2016 Twitoor, the first Android malware to use Twitter for command-and control-communications, is a downloader program that has been seen dropping banking malware on infected devices. Researchers have found the first known Android mobile malware to use a

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Calm Down, Android Users: Quadrooter Vulnerability Not A Massive Security Threat, Google Says

The Quadrooter vulnerability, which was recently revealed by security firm Check Point, is said to have made 900 million Android devices open to hackers through a combination of four security exploits. However, according to Google, Quadrooter is not the massive

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The Cyber Threat: iPhone Software Targeted in Government-Linked Hack

AP BY: Bill Gertz Follow @BillGertz August 29, 2016 5:00 am Years ago during lunch with a recently-retired National Security Agency cyber security official, I immediately noticed the former official’s iPhone as he placed it on the table next to

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Autorooting, Overlay Malware Are Rising Android Threats

The mobile threat landscape continued to evolve in the second quarter of 2016, with a growing concern among enterprises around new breeds of mobile threats: autorooting and overlay malware. According to the Appthority Enterprise Mobile Threat Team, despite app vetting

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Google updates Contacts app on Android, adds new features

Aug 30, 2016, 09.45 PM IST NEW DELHI: Search giant Google has updated its Contacts app for Android . The update introduces quite some new features and improvements, including a revamped design. A noticeable addition after the update is the

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Android 7.1 Nougat Release Update: Google Nexus 2016 [Marlin, Sailfish] Get Android 7.1 Nougat CONFIRMED?

Google Nexus 2016 will come with the Android 7.1 Nougat. The exciting news is a welcome information even though it has not yet been confirmed. Google has just released its first major Android 7.0 Nougat update and yet there has

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