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Monthly Archives: March 2017

Android device updates: Unlocked Galaxy S7, Axon 7 Mini, and Huawei Mate 9…

Most of the Android world was focused on new hardware, instead of software, this week. The Galaxy S8 and S8+ that got all the attention, with that gorgeous screen, tiny bezels, and somewhat useful software. But it’s updates you’ve come for,

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If you need one reason iPhone is still better than ANY Android device, THIS is it

Google this month published its Android Security Year in Review – an update on the company’s ongoing push to get third-party phone manufacturers to adopt security updates as fast as possible. Unfortunately, while there is undoubtedly more hardware variety and

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Verizon Software on Android Phones

UPDATE: We have received additional information from Verizon and based on that information we are withdrawing this post while we investigate further. Here is the statement from Kelly Crummey, Director of Corporate Communications of Verizon: “As we said earlier this

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APAC accounted for majority of botnet detections globally

Asia-Pacific is proving to be a haven for botnets, accounting for more than half of all detections worldwide, but remains somewhat unscathed from ad fraud, adware, and ransomware. Three countries in the region were among the top five locations for

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Android ransomware and more pre-installed on devices

After finding Android ransomware and other threats pre-installed on popular smartphones and tablets from manufacturers… Continue Reading This Article Enjoy this article as well as all of our content, including E-Guides, news, tips and more. By submitting your personal information,

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Asia Pacific a hotbed for Android malware, botnets and banking …

Ransomware, ad fraud and botnets have risen to prominence in the current threat landscape, according to Malwarebytes‘ inaugural Asia Pacific State of Malware Report 2017. Particularly in Asia Pacific, botnets reigned supreme with the region accounting for more than 50%

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5 Tips to Prevent Your Android Device from Getting Hit by Ransomware

Ransomware has been menacing the world of computers for more than a decade now and has made a gradual shift to handheld devices as an increasing number of people are using them. iphonedigital | Flickr Although cases of ransomware on Android devices

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OpIsrael hacktivists targeted by unknown threat actor

OpIsrael hacktivists targeted by unknown threat actor Digital Shadows has identified evidence indicative of a malware distribution campaign intended to deploy Remote Access Trojans (RAT) onto the machines of hacktivist actors engaged in supporting the 2017 iteration of #OpIsrael organised

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Time to ditch your Android and iPhone for a Windows PC, security experts warn

Despite Android smartphones remaining the most popular target for criminals, with 81 per cent of all attacks, Apple’s iOS system also saw a major rise in attacks in 2016. iOS devices were particularly targeted by Spyphone surveillance software that tracks

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Unsecured Apple, Android Smartphones Are Major Security Threats

There’s a growing consensus among security professionals here in Washington, DC that the single most likely spot for President Donald Trump to have had his phone tapped isn’t at Trump Tower. Instead it’s his unsecured Android phone that he uses

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