Skygofree malware, which can eavesdrop on WhatsApp messages and steal private data from phones, is the latest threat Android users must worry about.
Apps containing LightsOut, a particularly nasty form of adware, have been purged from the Play Store, just the latest in a series of problems in the Android app ecosystem.
The productivity boosts that workforce mobility brings along with it are awesome, but only if enterprises are able to manage the data protection challenges.
Google has issued patches for Nexus, Pixel, and Pixel 2 phones, closing some holes that affect encryption strength and privilege escalation.
Google is taking new measures to protect Play Store users from spying apps, but after several incidents in the past, are they doing enough?
After embarrassing incidents where malware has been found in the Google Play Store, a Google Play bug bounty program with HackerOne has been announced.
It is quite common for malware to morph into multiple variations with different functions. DoubleLocker ransomware is proof of this.
Lenovo users need to read this to see if a device they use is affected by high-risk vulnerabilities. If so, there are Lenovo patches you must apply ASAP.