A security researcher discovered that the Qualcomm-made chips at the center of Android encryption can be exploited in a sophisticated attack.
The mobile malware market is growing at an impressive rate, giving cybercriminals more options when it comes to infiltrating devices.
The Android malware known as GM Bot has been updated, and this newest version comes packed with exploits ready to deploy on mobile devices.
Android malware may become more widespread after one malicious buyer leaked the source code details of GM Bot on underground Web forums.
Cybercriminals could be leveraging remote tools such as OmniRAT to take over Android devices and steal data from unsuspecting victims.
The team at Google's Project Zero has discovered 11 high-impact security issues in Galaxy S6 Edge devices, and Samsung is moving to patch quickly.
Native app StageFright is the newest Android vulnerability to come to light. How can users protect their mobile devices from the onslaught of threats?
I recently gave a presentation at Black Hat Asia in Singapore. My talk discussed possible ways to create user-mode rootkits in the new Android Runtime.
Android for Work is offering a sweeter choice than the sour taste of fragmentation when it comes to business security and device management.