Apple addressed a nasty bug that lingered in the wild for nearly three years and could have let an attacker steal cookies and impersonate victims.
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Google has patched Android against a critical Linux kernel vulnerability, and said the number of affected Android devices has been exaggerated.
Asacub, once thought just to be spyware, appears to have completed its transition into mobile banking malware, a researcher at Kaspersky Lab claims.
According to a recent survey, 86 percent of health apps had at least two critical vulnerabilities and 55 percent of health app users expected their apps to be hacked in the next six months.
Silent Circle patched a Blackphone vulnerability, closing an open socket that exposed the mobile device’s modem to attack.
Google patched a critical vulnerability in Mediaserver, one of five patched in today’s monthly Android Nexus Security Bulletin.
With 2015 more or less in the rear view mirror Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook discuss the year in security: Wassenaar, ransomware, mobile threats like Stagefright, Carbanak and Equation Group, and more.
Google’s monthly over-the-air Nexus security updates for December included patches for a critical flaw in Mediaserver and a rooting vulnerability in the Android kernel.
Moxie Marlinspike’s Open Whisper Systems released Signal Desktop, a desktop version of Signal end-to-end encrypted messaging application.
Cisco patched its WebEx mobile app for Android, and published advisories warning of vulnerabilities in three other products.