The Marcher mobile bot is a new Android malware targeting a long list of banks around the world with app overlay screens and SMS hijacking.
AppConfig Community now supports Android for Work, sharing best practices for developers to refer to when configuring and securing Android mobile apps.
The mobile malware market is growing at an impressive rate, giving cybercriminals more options when it comes to infiltrating devices.
A researcher at Blue Coat Labs observed a new Android ransomware that is able to install itself on user devices without user interaction.
The Android malware known as GM Bot has been updated, and this newest version comes packed with exploits ready to deploy on mobile devices.
A simple hardware listening system can expose the OpenSSL crypto keys used for smartphones to cybercriminals, putting users at risk.
Android malware may become more widespread after one malicious buyer leaked the source code details of GM Bot on underground Web forums.
At a recent security conference, Google claimed its Verify Apps feature prevented Android users from becoming infected with the Lockdroid ransomware.
The cybercriminals behind Android Trojan malware are targeting online banking users with compromised applications and authentication schemes.
Smart TVs are a soft entry point for those intent on cybercrime, especially attackers who prey on a user's ignorance of IT security practices.