Android-based espionage campaign in the Middle East targets military data
Malware analyzed by Trend Micro sucks up a target phone’s call logs and records.
Google's Triada backdoor demonstrates vulnerabilities in the mobile supply chain
“The Triada case is a good example of how Android malware authors are becoming more adept," the company said.
Tech giants say UK spy agency’s encryption proposal is threat to security and human rights
The tech coalition rejected the GCHQ's suggestion that adding a law enforcement official to a group chat or call would not threaten civil liberties or security.
Google: We've been storing some enterprise customer passwords in plaintext since 2005
Google is encouraging enterprise administrators to have users reset their passwords.
Google to stop providing Huawei with key software amid trade war escalation
Chipmakers including Intel and Qualcomm also have said they will cease providing supplies to Huawei until further notice.
Google to replace Titan keys for free after uncovering Bluetooth flaw
The vulnerability would require an outsider to already have obtained a victim's username and password.