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New Android malware found every 10 seconds, report says

A new instance of Android malware pops up nearly every 10 seconds, according to a report from security firm G DATA. The information is especially troubling, given that Android commands 81.7% of mobile OS market share worldwide, according to Gartner

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Can Google win its battle with Android malware?

The walled garden of iOS is more difficult to compromise than the famously open source Android platform. Image: iStock While most people are aware of the malicious threats targeting their computers, many still don’t realise that their mobile devices are

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Android v iPhone – Latest news may prove why Apple continues to have the upper hand

The Android v Apple war continues to rage on with fans of both brands hailing their devices are the best. Whilst Apple’s iPhone is still hugely popular there’s no doubting that, with devices such as the Samsung’s new Galaxy S8,

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Malware a growing threat in Malaysia, says study | Free Malaysia …

Having antivirus software is not enough, says expert, urging Malaysians to constantly update all software. KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia ranks fifth in volume of malware detected among countries in the Asia Pacific region, a new study says. Although Malaysia ranks in

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SLocker Android malware threat is back, and now it’s targeting …

A RANSOMWARE THREAT called SLocker, which accounted for a fifth of Android malware attacks in 2015, is back with vengeance, according to security firm Wandera.  SLocker encrypts images, documents and videos on Android devices and demands a ransom to decrypt the files. Once

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Judy malware infects millions of Android phones: What is it and does it affect you?

There is a new threat in the town. A malware called Judy is apparently infecting Android phones. Millions of phones are falling to it, says Check Point, a company that tracks and analyses viruses and the malware that infect smartphones.

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SLocker Android Ransomware Resurfaces in Undetectable Form

Famous for infecting thousands of Android mobile devices in 2016, SLocker is mobile ransomware used to hold employees’ personal and corporate data hostage. Yet many researchers thought its day was over—until a recent resurgence was detected. SLocker is characterized as

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Google Play Protect Scans Android Mobile App for Malicious Behavior

Today’s topics include how Google Play Protect bolsters Android app security; ATT launches its nationwide LTE-M Network for the  industrial internet of things, Microsoft opens its first cloud data centers in South Africa; and Sencha releases ExtReact JavaScript library to

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Android Permissions Flaw Will Linger Until O Release

Google said Tuesday that a permissions flaw that puts Android users at a heightened risk for malware, ransomware and adware attacks will not be fixed until the release of its next mobile OS, Android O. The vulnerability impacts an undisclosed number

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With improved encryption, Android O is the most secure version of Android yet

Android O implements more protections against viruses and malware than any version before it. The new version of Android O puts security first and foremost. At an I/O developer session on Google’s California campus on Thursday, the search giant detailed

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