A number of popular Android applications are putting sensitive user data at risk of exposure because the app developers are not fully implementing encryption.
The list of highly touted devices that have been launched in recent years with embarrassing flaws – security and otherwise – is long and distinguished.
According to research by Kaspersky Lab, 22 percent of phishing scams on the web target Facebook.
Discussing security and the privacy strengths and weaknesses in the Apple’s soon-to-be-released iOS 8.
Adults can choose to face the financial consequences of their own actions, but they may want to know how to prevent their kids from running up exorbitant credit card bills tied to...
Windows Phones continue to grow in popularity, which means users should take precautions to make their devices as secure as possible.
But while Android’s market figures continue to pile up, so do the knocks against the company’s security protocols.
A new piece of ransomware is targeting Android users and may be related to the infamous CryptoLocker malware.
Kaspersky Internet Security for Android identified and neutralized 100 percent of the malware programs; the average score of the other solutions tested was a 95-percent success ra...
Malware targeting Android devices is increasing, and for the first time, an active Android SMS Trojan targeting users in the United States has emerged.