Hundreds of million users installed Android fleeceware apps from Google Play

Security experts from Sophos discovered 25 Android apps on the official Google Play that were involved in financial fraud, 600 million affected. Security researchers from Sophos discovered a set of so-called fleeceware apps that have been installed by more than 600 million Android users. Fleeceware apps are malicious applications uploaded to the official Google Play […]

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January 16, 2020
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A 101 guide to mobile device management

Extending beyond the traditional company network, mobile connectivity has become an extension of doing business and IT staff need to not just rethink how existing activities, operations, and business models can fit into mobile constructs, but rethink h…

January 14, 2020
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Google removed 1.7K+ Joker Malware infected apps from its Play Store

Google revealed it successfully removed more than 1,700 apps from the Play Store over the past three years that had been infected with the Joker malware. Google provided technical details of its activity against the Joker malware (aka Bread) operation during the last few years. The Joker malware is a malicious code camouflaged as a […]

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January 12, 2020
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Most popular tech stories of 2019

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December 30, 2019
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A flaw in Twitter App for Android could have been exploited to take over the account

A flaw in the Twitter app for Android could have been exploited by attackers to obtain sensitive information or take over an account. Twitter has recently addressed a security vulnerability that affected the Android version of the app, it could have been exploited by hackers to access sensitive information of the users (direct messages, protected […]

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December 26, 2019
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NYT report states that ToTok app is a government spy tool.

A popular mobile app in the Middle East called ToTok has been removed from both Apple and Google’s online stores because it was a spy tool. According to a report published by the New York Times, the popular app ToTok was used by the UAE government as a surveillance tool. It has been removed from […]

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December 24, 2019
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