Mobile ransomware is on the rise. We discuss the most popular ransomware families, speculate on some statistics, and suggest the best means of protection.
Charging your smartphone’s battery over USB can be dangerous: Thieves can steal your files, infect your smartphone with something nasty — or even brick it.
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Are you sure that one-time SMS passwords reliably protect your mobile bank? Think again! In this article we explain how Trojans fool two-factor authentication.
Triada is a modular mobile Trojan that actively uses root privileges to substitute system files and uses several clever methods to become almost invisible
Acecard is one of the most advanced banking trojans. It’s capable of overlaying more than 30 banks’ and financial systems’ apps and is spread via Google Play.
At SAS 2016 our GReAT experts talk about a Java-based multi platform malware used by hundreds of cybercriminals for a handful of purposes
Researcher shows that using data from motion sensors built into a smartwatch one can recognize numbers you press on a numpad. How can that affect your security?
Kaspersky Internet Security for Android can protect data on your mobile from the long arms and sticky fingers of pocket thieves and cybercriminals
Facebook will now let Google index the mobile app from the search engine.