Baidu apps in Google Play Store left users vulnerable to tracking, Palo Alto finds
It's some of the most sensitive device data.
Apple's Attest API tool aims to tighten app security
The data protection technique is similar to an existing program for Android.
Scammers are abusing mobile ad networks in an attempt to phish Android app users
At least 400 apps in Google’s Play Store are feeding malicious ads into apps through abuse of an SDK.
The latest in FBI impersonation: An extortion scheme involving mobile ransomware
Ransomware on mobile phones may not be the most profitable avenue for criminals, but that hasn't stopped some from trying to make a buck.
Scammers tried using kids apps in the Google Play store to generate cash
The 56 apps had more than one million downloads, according to Check Point.
A coronavirus-tracking app locked users' phones and demanded $100
The app is the latest reminder that trusting Apple and Google to serve as gatekeepers is an effective way to mostly avoid malware.
Scammers are using Play Store apps to serve ads that nobody can escape
Most went live in September, and all share a similar code library meant to help avoid detection.
Google asks mobile security vendors to help keep hackers out of the Play Store
In announcing the partnership, Google acknowledged that the current processes for reporting malicious apps “aren’t designed to scale.”
Scammers are dangling an iOS jailbreak to trick victims into downloading a malicious app
The app page downloads a slot machine game and instructs the user to use the app for seven days to guarantee the jailbreak works.
Why the revised NIST mobile security framework looks better from a distance
In this op-ed, Wandera's Michael Covington says what sounds good theoretically can be near impractical to implement.