A new Android malware toolkit called Dendroid is being offered for sale by its creators, and at least one of the malicious APKs created with it has managed to fool Google Play's Bouncer.
Researchers from North Carolina State University have developed a new tool to detect and contain malware that attempts root exploits in Android devices.
A wide range of smartphones and tablets manufactured by Samsung, Motorola, Asus and LG Electronics have apparently been compromised with malicious apps before being sold to unsuspecting clients.
Researchers from German antivirus company G Data have discovered and analyzed a complex rootkit with spying capabilities and believe that it has been created and employed by Russian-speaking hackers working for a nation-state.
In 2013, CYREN analyzed more than four trillion security transactions worldwide – averaging 10 to 15 billion transactions per day.
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