Google pulled 145 Android apps from its Play Store after Palo Alto Networks discovered that they were infected with Windows malware, posing a mobile app security threat to the software ecosystem.
With enhanced features for users' personal and professional lives alike, Android 9 Pie raises the bar yet again for Google's mobile OS offering.
In July 2018, Researches reported three fake Android banking apps that phished for users' credit card details and leaked them online by transferring them to an exposed server.
An unknown threat actor leaked the source code for the Android malware Exobot, leading to fears of an impending attack similar to the massive DDoS incident that hit domain name provider Dyn in 2016.
Security researchers identified two new threats in the wild that are designed to compromise consumer devices to build IoT botnets.
IBM X-Force reported that mobile malware developers uploaded at least 10 malicious downloader apps to the Google Play Store as the first step in a process that fetches BankBot Anubis.
Android device management doesn't need to be difficult, as long as security leaders consider the privacy needs of the organization, IT department and user population before rolling out a UEM solution.
An overlay attack involving Android's Toast feature may mean users have to deal with malware removal issues.
A new banking malware called Red Alert 2.0 poses a significant threat to Android users. The Trojan leverages third-party apps to steal data.
Researchers have created a tool that emits sound waves in smart devices to track human movements. This ability opens up new possibilities for spyware.