If AES encryption is not supported by your Android device, Google’s new Adiantum encryption may be your best bet to keep you safe.
The Google Play Store has been in the news way too often in connection with malicious apps that end up on users’ devices. Google says it’s fighting back.
The Tor browser, a staple for desktop Internet users who want to remain anonymous, is finally available in an alpha version for Android.
Yet another dangerous malware is threatening the financial sector. The MysteryBot banking Trojan has not been fully unleashed yet, but that may soon change.
Roaming Mantis malware is a nasty critter that performs DNS hijacking as its main method of infection. Unfortunately, the malware appears to be getting stronger and more virulent.
Android users downloading what they think is an official version of the hugely popular Fortnite are only getting a fake Fortnite app filled with malware.
Researchers have found a new iOS sync vulnerability tied to a function within iTunes’ WiFi Sync. If this vulnerability is exploited properly, attackers can gain control of a victim’s device.
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