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The Next Big Android Update Will Be Even Better At Fighting Ransomware

Image: Google Article source: http://www.forbes.com/sites/leemathews/2017/04/24/the-next-big-android-update-will-be-even-better-at-fighting-ransomware/

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Android device updates: Galaxy S8, S8+ update arrives for T-Mobile and Verizon models

The Galaxy S8 and S8+ are already getting an update right out of the gate. Well, as long as you have the model for T-Mobile, Verizon, or ATT. There are a variety of minor software bumps that ought to improve

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Google’s Android updates policy needs a big makeover

No device lives forever, particularly not smartphones where what’s on the cutting edge seems to dull within months, but Google’s end-of-life announcement for the Pixel still surprises. The handset – still so popular months after its release, indeed, that Google’s online

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Malware: The Hidden Threat to Your Mobile Device

Many mobile device users are aware of basic fraud prevention steps like not clicking on suspicious links or downloading unknown apps. But what if the malware threats of the future come preinstalled on the mobile device itself? According to a

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Android O Will Contain Special Feature to Fight Off Ransomware

Google has removed a feature of the Android operating system that has been used in the past in ransomware attacks. Starting with Android O (8.0), set to be released in the fall of 2017, Google plans to deprecate the following

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MilkyDoor Android Malware Detected by Trend Micro

by Sidharth Shekhar April 27, 2017 0 comments Trend Micro Incorporated has detected an Android Malware MilkyDoor that was recently found in over 200 Android applications available through the Google Play Store which had installs between 500,000 and 1 million. MilkyDoor similar

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Ransomware, Mac Malware Dominate Q1 Threat Landscape

Cerber, somewhat unexpectedly, emerged as the biggest ransomware threat, Malwarebytes found. An analysis of the threat landscape in the first quarter of 2017 suggests that ransomware will continue to pose major problems for enterprises and individual users through the rest

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Malware Developers now Resort to Anti-emulation Techniques to Target Android users

It is no secret criminals are getting slightly more crafty when it comes to developing and deploying malware. Particularly malicious software on the Android operating system has become far more problematic to deal with. In a new effort, criminals are

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Pegasus malware expands from iOS to Android

Pegasus malware poses limited risk However, despite being easier to deploy, the Pegasus malware doesn’t appear to be widespread. Google said it “observed fewer than three dozen installs” of the malware in the 1.4 billion devices protected by Google Play

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Google Making Life Difficult for Ransomware to Thrive on Android …

SINT MAARTEN—Google has never been shy about sharing security enhancements and victories in Android. The mobile operating system is tweaked at every iteration to fend off threats posed by potentially harmful apps and attacks against devices. At the recent Kaspersky

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