A handful of apps purporting to specialize in virus detection and scanning were recently removed from both Google Play and Amazon after being deemed fake.
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A handful of iPhone, iPad and Mac users, largely confined to Australia, awoke Tuesday to discover their devices had been taken hostage by ransomware.
Streaming music service Spotify reported a breach of its systems and data, and said updates will be limited to only its Android application.
There are two issues with the way Microsoft’s Outlook application encrypts content on older versions of Android that could expose users’ emails and email attachments.
Silent Circle has released a new version of its private text messaging and secure file transfer service for Android and iOS mobile devices.
Samsung announced this week that to bolster security, it will incorporate biometric sensors such as iris scanners into more of its products in the near future.
DUBAI–When new technologies or platforms emerge, they tend to follow a familiar trajectory in terms of security. The evolution typically goes through something like the following stages: Hey, look what we built; huh, no, we didn’t think about that problem; we’re very serious about security; ok, now we’re actually serious about security. This is the[...]
BlackBerry released an advisory today that its updates are available for its products affected by the Heartbleed OpenSSL vulnerability.
Twitter has made a couple of changes to the service’s login process to help prevent account takeovers and enable users to reset their passwords in a simpler way. A Twitter account is among the more valuable assets for an attacker who is targeting a specific person. Accounts typically are tied to a user’s main email[...]
A study conducted by the Federal Trade Commission looked at 12 different health apps and found they sent user information to 76 different third parties.