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Google Set to Tackle Ransomware, Relies on Android O

  The most recent operating system for mobile phones is Android O which has the maximum advanced features. Some of these are what’s called the OS’ ‘Copy Less and Gesture Trigger,’ or the capability for stopping ransomware attacks aimed at

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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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Best Free Android Anti-Malware Apps for a Better Protection

Antivirus applications remain one of the most downloaded types of applications made available for the Android. It is still debatable if these applications are actually needed for phones. Normally, you do not require this sort of application if you stay

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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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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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Pegasus malware expands from iOS to Android

Mobile security researchers and Google have found a new strain of the Pegasus malware infecting a limited number… of Android devices. Pegasus malware had been exclusive to iOS and was particularly interesting because it leveraged a trio of iOS vulnerabilities

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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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Malwarebytes Details Cybersecurity Threats Seen During Q1 2017 …

Credit: Geralt/Pixabay Cybercrime 2017 Many people don’t know as much about personal cybersecurity as they think they do. The bad news is that misunderstanding and lack of knowledge can put you at serious risk. The good news is that in

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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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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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