Smartphones running Android 7.0 and higher can now serve as two-factor authentication (2FA) tools as part of a Google 2FA strategy to boost security across its online services.
To avoid malware, always get hardware and software from authorized and reputable sources and vendors, right? But what happens when those same sources actually contain or deliver malicious payloads?
Security researchers observed a new variant of XLoader masquerading as Android security apps and an iOS configuration profile to target mobile users.
Researchers detected a new Android Trojan called Gustuff that is capable of targeting more than 100 mobile banking apps.
Security researchers discovered a sample of clipper malware that targeted Android users by lurking in the Google Play store.
IT decision-makers need to fast-track the EMM selection process to stay ahead of the evolving threat landscape and more effectively manage Android devices.
Researchers at Malwarebytes observed two instances of pre-installed malware targeting critical applications on Android devices.
Avast security analysts reported that the Hide 'N Seek botnet continues to grow by infecting vulnerable Internet of Things (IoT) devices still using their default passwords.
Nearly 30,000 Android users accidentally downloaded banking malware after filling out phishing forms that were personalized based on the apps they use.
The TimpDoor malware family enables cybercriminals to turn infected Android devices into network proxies without users' knowledge.