Remember the big story from earlier in the week where everyone was worried about Samsung’s Galaxy S III getting remotely wiped? Do you recall hearing how easy it would be
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
It’s even easier than ever to manage your Lookout account from a mobile device.
How would you feel if you lost your smartphone? Panicked? Relieved?
Headed to San Francisco later this month for Google IO? Why not hang with the cool kids on June 26th?
Protect yourself both before and after you install apps outside of the Google Play store.
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Lookout, the guys behind some of our favorite mobile security apps, have just released some pretty troubling data. This time we’re not talking about malware or other threats of that
Malicious or not, this is going to ruffle a few feathers.
Ever wonder how many people are actually using Lookout Mobile Security to protect their Android devices? Wouldn’t it be neat to see users being protected in real-time as they install
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
Lookout Mobile Security today announced that they’ve expanded their reach, moving into multiple new markets. Folks living in Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom will soon have access to the
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