Researchers uncovered an adaptable Android Trojan known as GPlayed that masquerades as Google Apps to spy on and steal information from victims.
Researchers discovered two new monero malware attacks: one that targets Windows with stealthy mining operations, and another that masquerades as a Google Play Store update for Android.
A new Android spyware family is capable of retrieving chats from several mobile messaging apps and stealing on other types of information, such as browser history and call logs.
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.
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.
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.
A recent RiskIQ report found that about 1 in 25 Black Friday apps widely available in official app stores are fraudulent.
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.
Google's Android O version 8.0 features a safe browsing API and other functions to improve mobile application security in the enterprise.
IBM X-Force researchers discovered 20 apps in the Google Play Store that deliver mobile malware to unsuspecting Android users.