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.
Security researchers have found malware in online ads may be a way for attackers to change the DNS settings of home routers and take over home computers.
The innocuously named POODLE attack disclosed by security researchers at Google this week demonstrates the dangers of supporting obsolete technology.
According to a bug hunter, Google Apps Scripts has a vulnerability that could give hackers easy access to users' devices and contacts.
Bad news: Fraudsters have all the tools they need to effectively turn mobile malware into the biggest customer security problem we've ever seen.
Cyber criminals are now exploiting users' vanity with a targeted attack on Google Alert to spread malware and gain access to sensitive information.