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Mobile Friday: iOS Apps Riskier Than Android Ones

The mobile app markets are booming. More and more developers are shifting their focus towards smartphone and tablet software. Despite the common belief that Apple has the safest mobile platform, an in-depth research by Appthority has shown that iOS apps are more vulnerable than Android ones. Appthority is a leading application security analysis provider that

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Mobile Friday: Flappy Bird Still Maliciously Flapping

The simplistic and straightforward Flappy Bird defied all odds and became one of the most popular games of early 2014. The sudden discontinuation of the app has disappointed millions of fans. But where there is disappointment, there is cybercrime potential. The single-player game conquered the mobile gamer’s hearts with its simple “Super Mario” type of

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NSA Uses Angry Birds, Google Maps, & Other ‘Leaky’ Apps To Spy

We’re already well-informed of just how far-reaching the NSA’s data-tapping techniques are, but newly published leaks have taught us more methods to the NSA-madness. According to new documents furnished by Edward Snowden, the NSA and British-counterpart GCHQ have been tapping into commercial data troves collected by popular smartphone apps like Angry Birds and Google Maps

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Cloned Minecraft for Android Doing the Rounds

The underground Android application market is booming. More and more pirated games are available for direct download on the net. One such game, the cloned Minecraft PE, is causing extensive damage all across the globe. Users of the Trojanized version are advised to uninstall the game immediately. The temptation is irresistible for any hardcore gamer. When costly games

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Balloon Pop 2 Taken Off Android Play Store – WhatsApp Snooping Exposed

Mobile malware has come a long way in recent years. The latest exploit was exposed this week when the popular “Balloon Pop 2”, played and enjoyed by thousands of Android users, was found to contain a malicious code that enabled eavesdropping on WhatsApp conversations. Google has taken the game off its Play Store app market.

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Top 5 Apps to Keep Your Android Secure

Securing your data in an increasingly insecure world is no easy task. Backing up computer data,installing software that protects you from identity theft are just a few things we do to secure our data.  Think about it. Why wouldn’t you want to protect your Android Phone? It’s not only if you physically lose your phone

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