AppLock, by DoMobile, is a very popular Android app for limiting access to certain content on the device (text messages, photos, videos, etc.).
Spotting malicious apps before they are offered for download and/or removing them is a tough challenge for every online Android app marketplace, including Google Play, but recent research by a group of scientists from several US and China universities offers considerable hope for improving the practice.
After having had some trouble with fixing a sandbox bypass vulnerability in the Google Admin Android app, the Google Security team has finally released on Friday an update that plugs the hole.
The security update released by Google last week does not provide a complete defense against attackers taking advantage of the recently unearthed Stagefright Android vulnerability, Exodus Intelligence researchers have found.
Closely behind the discoveries of the Stagefright flaw, the hole in Android's mediaserver service that can put devices into a coma, and the Certifi-gate bug, comes that of an Android serialization vulnerability that affects Android versions 4.3 to 5.1 (i.e.
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