Do you like watching funny videos online?
I am not kind of a funny person, but I love watching funny videos clips online, and this is one of the best things that people can do in their spare time.
But, beware if you have installed a funny video app from Google Play Store.
A security researcher has discovered a new variant of the infamous Android banking Trojan hiding in apps under different
Location is important when it comes to getting a fashionable wristwatch … and an app for your smartphone. It’s not easy to choose the right store. At the top of every shoppers’ must-visit list is the branded store. Where else can you try on that timepiece in such a beautiful place, under the attentive and […]
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HummingBad – an Android-based malware that infected over 10 million Android devices around the world last year and made its gang an estimated US$300,000 per month at its peak – has made a comeback.
Security researchers have discovered a new variant of the HummingBad malware hiding in more than 20 Android apps on Google Play Store.
The infected apps were already downloaded by over 12 Million
1. Spotify Hacked! Change your Password ASAP
If you are one of the millions of people around the world who love to listen to music on Spotify, you may need to change your password immediately.
Has Spotify been hacked? The company says no, but some Spotify users have claimed their profiles were hijacked, and details were changed without knowledge, including passwords and email addresses
Security researchers have discovered a remotely exploitable vulnerability in Called ID app “Truecaller” that could expose personal details of Millions of its users.
Truecaller is a popular service that claims to “search and identify any phone number,” as well as helps users block incoming calls or SMSes from phone numbers categorized as spammers and telemarketers.
The service has mobile
Not all is OK in the Android Market. If you occasionally download some of the most popular applications from Google Play Store, be aware that cyber-criminals have prepared a little surprise for you: a porn-clicker Trojan.
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As the number of threats is on the rise, Android platform is no longer safe, which isn’t a surprise to anyone.
Most of us are usually worried more about the security of our desktops or laptops and forget to think about the consequences our smartphones can make if compromised or stolen.
Unlike desktops, your smartphones and tablets carry all sorts of information from your personal