When it comes to mobile security, this year has been somewhat of a dilemma for Android users. The big scare is the security hole Stagefright, where all it took to install
According to security company ZScaler, a malicious Android app disguised as a pornography viewer has been making the rounds. “Adult Player” is meant to offer viewers an adult video player,
Analytics firm G DATA has new data about malware in Android. It reports that it has identified 440,267 new samples of malware just in the first quarter of this year.
Google, over the next few weeks, will beef up its security for apps installed from sources outside of the Google Play Store. According to details revealed at the RSA Conference,
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
Malware that avoided detection and made its way onto the Google Play store has been downloaded between 2-9 million times, security firm Lookout said today. Google was notified of the
Samsung recently gave an updated statement concerning a software vulnerability in their Exynos kernel. They confirmed that they were already aware of the issue, and did also acknowledge that the
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.
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
Mobile security is becoming more and more important every day. With the number of fake apps, viruses, malware, and general information stealing apps there are in the wild, we users
From social networks to banks accounts, smartphones carry our most private and delicate information. For this very reason, security is one of the hottest topics in the Android ecosystem,
Google puts to bed any doubts that they don’t police the Android Market.
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
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