It is unbelievable that almost five years after Adobe announced it would stop developing Flash Player for Android, users are still installing a non-existent piece of software, which in almost all cases is just malware in disguise.
Mobile security experts from Skycure have found two methods for bypassing the security containers put around "Android for Work," allowing attackers to access business data saved in this seemingly secure environment.
After testing seven Android apps from seven popular car makers, security experts from Kaspersky Lab concluded that many of these mobile applications contain basic security flaws that could facilitate the theft of modern, connected cars.
Islamic State supporters are being targeted with a modified version of the Telegram Android app that contains a version of the OmniRAT remote access toolkit.
A Brazilian man named Wallace Da Paula has discovered a bug in Windows 10 Mobile OS that lets anyone with access to your phone bypass your lockscreen passcode and access the device's image gallery.
A French man is suing ride-sharing service Uber for €45 million after a bug in the company's iOS app sent notifications to his wife's phone, which exposed his affair and led to the couple's divorce.
The infamous Lockdroid ransomware has gained a new feature, a banality among desktop malware, but a never-before-seen trick for Android ransomware.
At Symantec's behest, Google has removed three Android apps from the Play Store because these apps used various tricks to fool security scanners and deliver unwanted ads to the people that installed them.
The European Union announced today an agreement between various regulating bodies and mobile carriers that will help eliminate in most part roaming charges across the EU space starting with June 15, 2016.
Scientists from universities in China and the UK have published research that details a novel method that breaks Android's pattern lock system based on videos of people entering their patterns from distances of up to nine meters away.
New research released this week reveals that a large chunk of today Android VPN clients are a serious security and privacy risk, with some clients failing to encrypt traffic, and some even injecting ads in a customer's browsing experience.