Security researchers at Google have found a way to reliably exploit a serious hardware bug that is present in many laptop devices.
Android for Work is offering a sweeter choice than the sour taste of fragmentation when it comes to business security and device management.
The discovery of a flaw in Google Apps allowing cybercriminals to conduct email spoofing through the admin console may have some early adopters concerned.
According to Google, patching older Android WebView versions is too difficult because of the sheer amount of code involved in such patches.
Google has reportedly decided to stop issuing Android patches for older versions of the operating system, putting millions of smartphone users at risk.
Many major websites are still vulnerable to the POODLE attack, which now works against certain Transport Layer Security (TLS) implementations.
Holes in Google App Engine could allow third parties to access or steal information from the company's cloud-based service for hosting Web apps.
According to Google's Project Zero, an Adobe Reader bug has been around for months, raising questions about how well Adobe addressed this vulnerability.
According to the recent "State of Mobile Apps Security" report, popular iOS and Android apps have been hacked, highlighting the need for boosted security.
Cybercriminals use the following tools and techniques to hack mobile apps. Here's how you can harden and protect an application against run-time attacks.