Russian authorities made 50 arrests related to a five-year campaign to steal $45M from Russia’s largest bank, Sberbank.
Browsing Tag: Mobile security
Apple has hired cryptography pioneer Jon Callas for a third time. Callas, who previously at Apple helped design and implement encryption systems for Macs, was most recently at Silent Circle.
The FTC and FCC have given mobile device makers and carriers 45 days to report on their respective security update practices.
A serious vulnerability in mobile provider FreedomPop has yet to be patched and can be leveraged with online banking flaws to put customer accounts at risk.
Google released its annual Android Security Report, a state of the union on the Android ecosystem.
Today’s monthly Android Nexus Security Bulletin from Google includes a patch for a vulnerability being exploited in the wild to root Nexus 5 Android devices.
Check Point has discovered a weakness that allows hackers to use phishing to carry out man-in-the-middle attacks between iOS devices and mobile device management tools and allow an attacker to push malicious apps to devices.
Truecaller, an app that specializes in phone call management, has patched a hole that inadvertently leaked user information.
The FBI has cracked the encryption on the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone and told the court it no longer needs Apple’s help.
Facebook was quick to fix an issue earlier this month that could’ve let an attacker break into four percent of all active, locked accounts.