FireEye discovered a new mobile threat from a popular ad library that no other antivirus or security vendor has reported publicly before.
Over 50 percent of Android-based smartphone and tablet owners do not use any security software to protect their devices against cyber-threats, according to Kaspersky Lab.
SecureKey introduced its enhanced cloud-based briidge.net Connect multi-factor authentication service.
Amazon.com introduced Fire OS 3.0 "Mojito," the next generation of software and services that powers Kindle Fire tablets, with hundreds of updates and new features to give customers an OS experience with Android app compatibility.
A continued rise in exploit-based attacks, particularly against Java, and an increasing sophistication in mobile threats characterized the first half of 2013, which saw its share of interesting developments in the world of digital security.
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