The August Android Security Bulletin has been published, and it enumerates over 40 security risks that Google recently fixed in the Android OS.
Google's Android O version 8.0 features a safe browsing API and other functions to improve mobile application security in the enterprise.
Security researchers recently uncovered a scary version of GhostCtrl, an Android RAT with advanced capabilities that can be very difficult to detect.
Google recently disclosed 138 Android vulnerabilities, including media framework issues that could enable attackers to execute arbitrary code remotely.
A new Android app that claims to clean a device actually grabs admin rights to carry out malicious actions — and proves almost impossible to scrub out.
Your Android device could be at risk from a new class of attack that allows for full takeover of a smartphone with valid permissions.
Chrysaor, a variant of Pegasus spyware, has appeared on a small handful of Android devices and surveils users with a variety of techniques.
Security researchers have detected 36 Android phones with mobile malware pre-installed on the devices, bringing a wave of fresh concerns to enterprises.
A new security flaw and fresh concerns about malware provide further evidence of the need for Android users to remain diligent to external risks.
Due to the recent leak of valuable source code on underground forums, security researchers predicted an increase in banking Trojan attacks.