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Google’s Android Security chief Adrian Ludwig reported data showing that less than an estimated 0.001% of app installations on Android are able to evade the system’s multi-layered defenses and cause
There will be a total of 18 million malware infected Android devices from the start of 2012 through the end of 2013,according to estimates from the security experts at Lookout.
Lookout Mobile Security has released its latest State of Mobile Security report which looks at the various threats that face mobile users. Not only do we learn what the threats
Stop us if you’ve heard this before, but Android devices are under a barrage of attacks and things are only going to get worse. Kaspersky Labs advises that number of malware attacks
Symantec, widely known for their Norton antivirus software, has just released a blog post that caught our attention, and it might even worry you as well. Apparently, Symantec has discovered
Take a look at your recently installed games and apps on your Android device. If you’re among the potentially millions of Android users who downloaded one of the following apps
Lookout Mobile Security has gazed into their crystal ball and has come up with some predictions for 2012 as it pertains to mobile users. What is going to happen to
Lookout Mobile Security has identified a new series of Android apps with yet another type of malware, this time in form of premium SMS toll fraud. Called RuFraud, these applications
Bitdefender, one of the bigger players in the internet security game, has released a new mobile security application for Android. Called Bitdefender Mobile Security, it’s the result of more than
McAfee has issued a new report today which paints Android as the primary target for new mobile malware. With growth of 37 percent quarter over quarter, nearly every bit of
Lookout has identified a new Android malware threat which actually ends up as somewhat of an evolution of an older Trojan. This new threat shares common traits with the Legacy
Mobile Mobile Security released their latest Threat Report today, pulling together data from 700,000 applications across 10 million devices from around the world. Their findings indicate that malware attacks and
Lookout Mobile Security has announced a new platform today designed to help automate the process in which mobile threats are detected. It’s called the Mobile Threat Network and it is
If there’s one thing you can say about the guys behind the DroidDream Lite malware attacks it’s that they are persistent. Lookout Mobile Security has identified a third round of