Fraudulent Android app developers have been discovered trying to manipulate Google’s Play Store security by removing suspicious code before adding it back in to see what trips detection systems...
A critical security flaw in Android could be used by attackers to “assume the identity” of legitimate apps in order to carry out on-device phishing attacks, say researchers.
Scientists known for finding ways to transmit software from non-networked computers have figured out a way to do it with computer fan vibrations.
Google has removed the SuperVPN program from the Google Play store after researchers notified it of a critical vulnerability.
Hot on the heels of Firefox's emergency update over the weekend are the four-weekly fixes that Mozilla had in train already. Get 'em now!
A study has found that thousands of legitimate Android apps are taking liberties or installing with capabilities that users wouldn’t expect to exist.
There's one thing missing in all the claims that deleting the Houseparty app will "unhack" you - evidence
Android apps are snooping on other software on your device - and that could tell shady advertising companies more about you than you'd like.
The app says it will notify you of coronavirus cases... but in fact it locks up your phone and sextorts you for money at the same time
How long do Android devices continue to receive security updates after they’re purchased? The answer is: barely two years.