Security researchers have discovered a way to target a huge number of Android and iOS apps that could allow them to remotely sign into any victim’s mobile app account without any knowledge of the victim.
A group of three researchers – Ronghai Yang, Wing Cheong Lau, and Tianyu Liu – from the Chinese University of Hong Kong has found [PPT] that most of the popular mobile apps that support
Why waiting for researchers and bug hunters to know vulnerabilities in your products, when you can just throw a contest for that.
Google has launched its own Android hacking contest with the first prize winner receiving $200,000 in cash.
That’s a Hefty Sum!
The contest is a way to find and destroy dangerous Android vulnerabilities before hackers exploit them in the wild.
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Hackers can secretly install malicious apps, games, and pop-up adverts on your smartphone remotely in order to make large sums of money.
Security researchers at Cheetah Mobile have uncovered one of the world’s largest and most prolific Trojan families, infecting millions of Android devices around the world.
Dubbed Hummer, the notorious mobile trojan stealthily