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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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Decipher and defend against Android malware

In the past year, there have been several incidences of sneaky Android malware successfully passing Google’s security measures and finding a place for itself on Google Play. The latest malware app to hit Play Store is known as the Super

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Can you trust your Android antivirus software? Malicious fake protection apps flood Google Play Store

Fake antivirus apps are trying to take advantage of fears around ransomware and other cyberattacks. Image: iStock Hundreds of fake anti-virus apps are capitalising on fears around WannaCry and other ransomware to trick mobile users into downloading adware, trojans and

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Judy Malware: Not As Big As WannaCry But Still a Threat on Android

Now that the WannaCry ransomware threat for Windows PCs has subsided, there’s a new threat in town, and this time the target is millions of Android phones used across the globe. Judy malware has been detected on the Google Play

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One kind of Android smartphone ransomware is behind a massive rise in malicious software

Some of the most well-known forms of malware have continued to grow throughout 2017. Image: iStock The number of different families of ransomware is ever-growing and has risen to almost 10 million known samples of the file-encrypting malware – while

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Apple iOS Threats Fewer Than Android But More Deadly

Data leakage and corruption haunt iOS and Android mobile apps the most, a new study shows. Apple’s iOS mobile platform suffers fewer cyberattacks than Google’s Android, but a new study shows that when iOS does get hit, the attacks are

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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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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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Decipher and defend against Android malware

In the past year, there have been several incidences of sneaky Android malware successfully passing Google’s security measures and finding a place for itself on Google Play. The latest malware app to hit Play Store is known as the Super

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Mobile and Mac malware doubles in AsiaPac: McAfee

McAfee’s Ian Yip, chief technology officer, laments that “There are hundreds, if not thousands, of anti-security, anti-sandbox, and anti-analyst evasion techniques employed by malware authors. Many can be purchased off the shelf from the dark web” which helps to explain

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