Backdoor in Samsung Galaxy devices discovered

The developers of Replicant, a “fully free/libre version of Android”, have discovered a backdoor in a number of Samsung Galaxy devices that could allow attackers …

The future of access control according to HID

A new security environment in which users will have a seamless experience when using cloud-based applications and services, accessing data, and opening doors is emerging. This …

Looking back at 10 years of mobile malware

From Cabir to FakeDefend, the last decade has seen the number of mobile malware explode. In 2013, Fortinet’s FortiGuard Labs has seen more than 1,300 new malicious …

NSA collects 200 million text messages a day

As the world awaits US President Obama’s official announcement of his plans for an NSA reform, The Guardian disclosed details of yet another NSA bulk data collection …

WhatsApp-themed spam campaign delivers malware

A new WhatsApp-themed spam campaign has been spotted targeting users of the popular IM service. The spam email claims to be a notification about a voice message someone left …

What do people want to hide on their smartphone?

More than half of Americans (52%) would be embarrassed about friends or family seeing certain files or documents on their smartphone, according to Clean Master. The number one …

Can you trust the apps you use?

With the advent of smartphones, the word “app” has almost become a synonym for pleasure. Whatever you need, whatever you want is right there at your fingertips, …