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Monthly Archives: February 2017

Android Wear 2.0 updates will start rolling out in March, according to Fossil

<![CDATA[*/ ]]> Order Google Pixel: Google Store | Verizon Shop Chromebooks: Asus Flip | Acer R13 Article source: http://www.androidcentral.com/android-wear-20-updates-will-start-rolling-out-march

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Android Nougat Galaxy S7 Edge update – Why you really do NOT need the latest upgrade

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge owners might still struggling to get their hands on the latest Android software update – following the update being pulled, and delays from mobile carriers – but users will no longer have to be running Android

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The ugly truth behind Android’s upgrade problem

Look, there’s no sugar-coating it anymore: Android upgrades are a big, hot mess. And just when it seemed like they were starting to get better, bam! They’re suddenly worse than ever. My latest Android Upgrade Report Card says it all:

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Report: Top Android Cyber Threats In 2016 Revealed

A network security firm SonicWall revealed the top cyber threats to Android devices in 2016 as a part of its yearly Threat Report. Even though the overall level of Android security increased over the course of last year, a significant

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New Android trojan mimics user clicks to download dangerous malware

Android users have been exposed to a new malicious app imitating Adobe Flash Player that serves as a potential entrance for many types of dangerous malware. The application, detected by ESET security software as Android/TrojanDownloader.Agent.JI, tricks its victims into granting

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Hummingbad Overtaken as Leading Mobile Malware in January’s Global Threat Impact Index

SAN CARLOS, Calif., Feb. 08, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Check Point® Software Technologies Ltd. (CHKP) has revealed that Hummingbad has been overtaken as the leading mobile malware for the first time since February 2016, according to the new January Global

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The Malwarebytes Report: The 2016 Malware Threat Landscape

Credit: Malwarebytes The internet security company Malwarebytes just released its “State of Malware” report for the latter half of 2016. Highlights about individual malware threats are presented in this article. Information about the world-wide distribution of malware can be found in

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SophosLabs malware forecast points to rising IoT threats, more ransomware

SophosLabs has released a malware forecast to coincide with the start of RSA Conference 2017. Typically, our research papers focus on Windows, which has traditionally been the largest battleground. While some of the report does indeed look at Microsoft-specific challenges,

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Released Android malware source code used to run a banking botnet

Update (February 23rd): Following ESET’s notice, the hosting company took the CC server down. The new Android banking malware ESET recently discovered on Google Play was spotted in the wild again, targeting more banks. Further investigation of this resurfacing threat

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Testing reveals sad state of Android anti-malware apps – Security …

Many Android anti-malware apps in Google’s Play Store are written by amateurs and offer little or no protection against security threats, a large test of security products has found. Researchers from independent testing lab AV Comparatives downloaded 110 anti-malware apps

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