Auto-dialing Trojans migrate to Android devices

Auto-dialing malware has migrated from Symbian devices to Android ones, warns NetQin Mobile researchers. The Trojan has been spotted embedded in over 20 Android applications …

26 trojanized apps pulled from Android Market

26 applications containing a variation of the DroidDream Trojan have been found on the official Android Market and are believed to have been downloaded by at least 30,000 …

Phishing forms on Google Docs

Google Docs is a handy online service for creating various types of documents that are hosted by the company in their cloud and can be made accessible to the greater public. …

Code in the Cloud: Programming Google AppEngine

Cloud applications are the next big shift in application development: instead of building single-user applications to run on a personal computer, new applications are being …

Google to fix Android flaw

Two days ago, a group of German scientists made public the fact that a Google authentication protocol flaw. The flaw makes it possible for malicious individuals to sniff out …

Chromebook: A new class of risks

We are certainly living in interesting times. It was less than a week ago that a rumor appeared that Apple is going to switch to ARM processors for its next generation of …

400% increase in Android malware

Enterprise and consumer mobile devices are exposed to a record number of security threats, including a 400 percent increase in Android malware, as well as highly targeted …

Google Chrome sandbox apparently cracked

French security firm VUPEN has announced that its researchers have managed manufacture an exploit able to bypass Google Chrome’s sandbox, ASLR and DEP. It is precisely …