A phishing campaign aimed at Apple users in China that relies heavily on typosquatting has resurfaced.
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A study finds risky apps leave mobile devices open to SMS denial-of-service attack and remote SIM card rooting.
Legal scholars say the government is testing the limits of the Fifth Amendment in a landmark search warrant case.
Sierra Wireless warns that its AirLink gateways are being infected by the Mirai malware, and urges customers to change default passwords on devices.
Cheetah Mobile reports the origins of mobile Trojans are still coming from Ghost Push, which can root devices, show ads and install unwanted apps.
A researcher has found a backdoor, which he calls Pork Explosion, in an Android bootloader built by Foxconn.
A popular Android app called Nine leaks Microsoft Exchange user credentials when users are tricked into connecting to rogue wireless access points.
Android devices still lag with regard to patching, and a fragmented ecosystem is primarily to blame.
At Virus Bulletin, researchers explain how Android mobile applications can collude to share data and synchronize payload execution.
At Virus Bulletin, researchers explained the risks associated with abandoned SDK master servers that present attackers with an opportunity to assume control of these communication channels.