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Monthly Archives: January 2017

Google launches Android 7.1.2 beta for Pixel and Nexus devices [Update]

reader comments 51 Google has announced a new Android beta release: Android 7.1.2.¬†The update is the latest in Google’s new “incremental maintenance release” strategy, which should see users get smaller builds of Android more frequently. The rollout¬†of the beta is

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Pokemon Go NEWS update: Android version gets NEW feature, Gen 2 secrets REVEALED

Pokemon Go fans have been treated to even more Gen 2 teasers as part of the latest iOS and Android update. Pokemon Go‘s newest update features all of the usual tweaks and fixes, but it’s the code beneath the patch

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Everything we hope to see in the Android Wear 2.0 update

Google is rebooting Android Wear, and that’s exciting! Despite repeated reports that smartwatches are dead, we know for a fact that Android Wear is about to get a massive refresh. Rolling out alongside Google’s Wear 2.0 update are two new

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Top tips (not including anti-virus) for protecting your Android from malware

With the largest installed base of all operating systems, Android has certainly taken the mobile world by storm, and as the active user stats show, Android just keeps on getting bigger. The platform has evolved to bring new form factors

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The top mobile threats of 2016 | ITProPortal

2016 has been a whirlwind of hacks and mobile threats, leaving enterprise private data at risk. From the DNC email leak to the 1.4 billion Android users affected by a vulnerability in TCP, our mobile-first world is more exposed than

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Newly Discovered Android Trojan Hijacks Routers – Dark Reading

Switcher takes advantage of Android users to infect WiFi routers in ‘dangerous new trend.’ The most common way for threat actors to compromise a network router is to attack it directly. The other and potentially more scalable way is to

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Google reveals its stealthy moves to keep Android phones free from malware

Way back when Android 4.2 Jelly Bean was released, Google added a feature called Verify Apps that sought to protect users who inadvertently may have downloaded a piece of malware and attempted to side-load it onto their phone. The service,

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Did this ransomware threat drop away because cybercrooks went on …

Locky attacks dropped significantly during December — but don’t expect this to be the end of it. Image: F-Secure As cybercriminal groups have become ever more organised and professional, some are beginning to operate as if they were legitimate businesses

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Top 4 Types of Android Ransomware

Although most consumers associate malware and ransomware threats with computers, mobile devices are not safe from harm by any means. In fact, various types of Android ransomware have made media headlines over the past few years. Some of these malicious

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How safe is your old Android phone?

Numerous malware threats and scares over the past few months, and it is now pretty much established that Android devices face greater security risks. These risks are compounded by the existence of many stakeholders who are often not on the

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