The August Android Security Bulletin has been published, and it enumerates over 40 security risks that Google recently fixed in the Android OS.
Security researchers recently uncovered a scary version of GhostCtrl, an Android RAT with advanced capabilities that can be very difficult to detect.
Two apps that contained LeakerLocker ransomware, which locks and threatens to spread personal data, have been removed from the Google Play Store.
Google recently disclosed 138 Android vulnerabilities, including media framework issues that could enable attackers to execute arbitrary code remotely.
Chrysaor, a variant of Pegasus spyware, has appeared on a small handful of Android devices and surveils users with a variety of techniques.
The IBM X-Force Application Security Research Team discovered an arbitrary write vulnerability in Nexus 9's kernel, putting application data at risk.
X-Force researchers disclosed several Android vulnerabilities that could enable cybercriminals to use custom boot modes to take over Nexus 6 and 6P modems.
The IBM X-Force Application Security Research Team discovered a previously undocumented vulnerability in older versions of Nexus 5X's Android images.
Quadrooter, a set of four privilege escalation vulnerabilities, allows attackers to access user data by exploiting flawed Qualcomm chips.
Cybercriminals could be leveraging remote tools such as OmniRAT to take over Android devices and steal data from unsuspecting victims.