A serious and pretty longstanding flaw in the Linux kernel has been recently discovered by researchers from infosec outfit Perception Point.
Bankosy is a banking Trojan that has been targeting Android users for a while now, but has only recently been updated with a new capability of note: the ability to deceive voice call-based two-factor authorization (2FA) systems.
Google has released the January security update for Android (for its Nexus devices).
A relatively new Android Trojan family has been bringing grief to users around the world, posing as a Flash Player or WhatsApp update, stealing online banking credentials, one time passwords (OTPs), and login credentials for popular Android apps.
Google's December security update for Android has been pushed out to Nexus devices on Monday, and it contains fixes for 19 vulnerabilities, four of which are deemed "critical".
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