It looks like organizations are increasingly building custom secure apps.
Popular instant messaging service Telegram provides optional end-to-end encrypted messaging and, in general, is highly focused on protecting user privacy.
If you suddenly start seeing random advertisements popping up on your Android device, you have likely been infected with adware.
Earlier this month Lookout revealed the existence of three adware families - Shuanet, ShiftyBug and Shedun - that secretly root Android devices and are extremely difficult to remove.
Yan Zhu, a Technology Fellow at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, has unearthed a flaw in the Gmail Android app that can lead to very effective phishing attacks.
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