Unpatched flaws in Android make your device vulnerable to “Invisible” infection. You better find out now in order to protect yourself.
Despite the fact that we have cheap unlimited Internet connection almost everywhere, there are situations when each megabyte is literally worth its weight in gold.
Making a case for password reuse, Google hiring hackers to fix the Internet, Apple bolsters security across its services with strong Crypto, plus various fixes and more.
The list of highly touted devices that have been launched in recent years with embarrassing flaws – security and otherwise – is long and distinguished.
Let’s analyze new safety features in the upcoming Android release while we wait for it to arrive.
Free antivirus programs offer basic protections, but in order to be protected against phishing attacks that can steal your personal and financial data you need an Internet browser...
There were long time rumors about iPhone malware used to spy on smartphone owners, but now it’s official ―Kaspersky Lab researchers discovered a real life sample of this Trojan. ...
This week: the first mobile malware turns 10; we check in on Android security news and recent data breaches; and we fill you in on the week's patches.
Our study during World Cup indicates one in four networks are dangerous and you must take care to avoid substantial loss.
This week: the first ever Android encryptor malware, a serious Tweetdeck vulnerability arises and is fixed just as quickly, and much more.