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Security & Privacy: Who’s to Blame for Viruses, Malware, & Ransomware like WannaCry?

The current WannaCry attacks are just the beginning. Read to find out more about Who’s to Blame for Viruses, Malware, & Ransomware? The post Security & Privacy: Who’s to Blame for Viruses, Malware, & Ransomware like WannaCry? appeared first on … Continue reading

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Why you should care about Android malware and the importance of security patches

Android is secure, but your phone probably isn’t. 3.5 million pieces of malware in 2017 means that matters. When you’re king of the hill you are a target for everyone and everything. Sometimes that’s great — LG’s G6 is an … Continue reading

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99% of mobile malware targets Android

The fact that Android malware is an escalating issue comes as no surprise, but a recent analysis of its sheer ‘market share’ of the mobile malware universe is noteworthy. Infosecurity – Latest News

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Android 4.2 security test reveals OS detects only 15 percent of known malware

Android is in the news yet again for a bit of a security blunder. Google’s most recent operating system release, Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, is under fire for its poor recognition of malware with the use of a new featured … Continue reading

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Android 4.2 Gets Malware Scanning Baked In — Sort of

One of the advantages of locking down devices and only allowing apps to be installed through a “walled garden” of an app store is the ability to (theoretically) pre-screen every line of code in every app that’s submitted, which virtually … Continue reading

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