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  • 99 percent of Q1 mobile threats targeted Android

    29.04.2014

    Over 99% of new mobile threats discovered by F-Secure Labs in the first quarter of 2014 targeted Android users, according to the company's new Mobile Threat Report.

  • Popular but fake security app removed from Google Play

    08.04.2014

    In little over a week, a developer selling a security app named Virus Shield on Google Play has managed to earn over $40,000, and the software topped the list of most downloaded new paid apps.

  • SMS Trojan goes after digital wallets

    04.04.2014

    Not satisfied with the money earned via mobile Trojans sending out text messages to premium numbers, cyber crooks have begun adding other money-stealing functionalities to the malware.

  • Cerberus app users warned about data breach

    27.03.2014

    Users of the Cerberus anti-theft Android app have been receiving warnings from the Cerberus Security Team, urging them to change their password as they have been reset in the wake of a data breach.

  • Hidden crypto currency-mining code spotted in apps on Google Play

    27.03.2014

    You already know that cyber criminals are using malware to make victims' computers mine crypto currencies for them, but did you know that your phone can be instructed to do the same? A month ago researchers from G Data discovered mining code hidden in several repackaged popular Android apps on 3rd party apps stores.




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Posted on 21 July 2014.  |  Cloud computing’s widespread adoption by businesses and consumers alike all but guarantees that, in five to ten years’ time, the technology will still be very much with us.


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