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
Android is enjoying an exponential growth. It’s estimated that Android Smartphone shipments exceeded the 1 billion mark in 2013. But this open-source platform has numerous security issues. Users are advised to step up their security awareness. The Android mobile platform made its entry into the smartphone market in late 2008. Despite lagging behind iOS and
The Galaxy S4, Samsung’s flagship device of 2013, is selling like hotcakes. The Korean giant has shipped over 40 million units in less than seven months. But not all has been rosy in recent weeks. The S4 has a serious security glitch, exposing all Samsung Account details and giving sniffers full access to private information.
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.
Mobile Security has become a crucial aspect of protecting sensitive data and information. Malicious attacks once focused on PC’s have now shifted to mobile phones and applications. Mobile makers are aware of this fact and are investing heavily in security.
Following the CxSuite Seminar for Managers which took place last month in Japan, here’s a summary (in Japanese) of “Exterminating the root cause of vulnerabilities”, by Maty Siman, Founder and CTO at Checkmarx. Go to summary
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
90% of all Custom Built Web Application are Wide Open for Attacks! An astounding 86% of custom built websites are said to have vulnerabilities, said a report issued last week by an American IT company. Nearly 90% of all custom designed web applications tested found positive SQL Injection leaks.
Application Security- Not Sufficient! A study was recently conducted among 800 It executives which found that there is a huge difference between the perception of Security from the viewpoint of the developer and security professionals. Security professionals view the applications in a far more optimistic light- stating that they are secure enough, whilst developers say
Hackers in China accused of a long term breach of Nortel For almost ten years Chinese hackers gained complete access to the internal network of Nortel Networks, Ltd. Nortel was previously considered to be a telecommunications power house but has been struggling financially in recent years. The hackers stole several passwords from top Nortel executives