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Google Play malware
Google booted 100,000 malicious developers from Google Play

New malware and unwanted apps are discovered on Google Play nearly every day – or so it seems. According to Google’s statistics, in 2017 the company has taken down …

DuckDuckGo
DuckDuckGo offers new privacy extension and app

DuckDuckGo, the company behind the eponymous privacy-minded Internet search engine, has announced a new browser extension and mobile app: DuckDuckGo Privacy Essentials. …

Google Play
Infosec expert viewpoint: Google Play malware

Researchers routinely discover a variety of malicious apps on Google Play, some of which have been downloaded and installed on millions of devices worldwide. Here’s what …

Android explode
Google removes 60+ fake game apps displaying porn ads from Google Play

Google has removed some 60+ game apps from Google Play, as they were found to contain code that either delivered inappropriate and pornographic ads, attempted to trick users …

mobile apps
Apps most frequently blacklisted by enterprise security teams

Appthority released its Enterprise Mobile Security Pulse Report for Q4 2017, which details the apps most frequently blacklisted by enterprise mobility and security teams. Most …

Android malware
36 fake security apps removed from Google Play

Google has recently pulled 36 fake security apps from Google Play, after they’ve been flagged by Trend Micro researchers. Posing as legitimate security solutions, and …

mobile code
An analysis of 120 mobile app stores uncovers plethora of malicious apps

RiskIQ analyzed 120 mobile app stores and more than 2 billion daily scanned resources. In listing and analyzing the app stores hosting the most malicious mobile apps and the …

Android
Android vulnerability allows attackers to modify apps without affecting their signatures

Among the many Android vulnerabilities patched by Google this December is one that allows attackers to modify apps without affecting their signatures. The danger …

bitcoin
How secure are cryptocurrency mobile apps?

Are the mobile apps you’re using to store or handle your cryptocurrency stash, track the currencies’ price, or interact with cryptocurrency exchanges secure? …

Android
Tizi backdoor rooted Android devices by exploiting old vulnerabilities

Google has discovered and removed from Google Play a number of apps that contained the Tizi backdoor, which installs spyware to steal sensitive data from popular social media …

location services
Google knows where Android users are even if they disable location services

As it turns out, turning off location services on Android devices does not mean that Google can’t pinpoint your location. According to a recent Quartz report, since the …

Google Play
Sneaky malware downloader found in apps on Google Play

Google has removed from Google Play eight apps that have served as downloaders for Android banking malware. The malware The packages – a mixture of Android cleaners and …

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