Android phones are popular and growing more so every day.
Two BugSec researchers have discovered a serious vulnerability in LG's G3 Android devices, which can be exploited to steal user data, mount phishing attacks, install malicious apps, and more.
Google's November Android security update carries fixes for seven vulnerabilities, including two remote code execution flaws that are rated "critical" (CVE-2015-6608, CVE-2015-6609), and an elevation of privilege vulnerability (CVE-2015-6610) that would also be rated as such were it not for a lower likelihood that it can be exploited remotely.
By analyzing worldwide threat Intelligence data based on millions of monthly security tests from July through September 2015, a new report found 41 percent of mobile devices are at medium to high risk on the Skycure risk scale.
A clever Android information-stealing piece of malware is lurking on third-party app markets popular with Chinese users.
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