The smartphone revolution is enabling the harvesting of banking information and credit card numbers in new ways. There were almost 100,000 malicious modifications to mobile malware in 2013, with over 98% connected to the Android platform. Sandroid is the latest high-profile mobile Trojan, wreaking havoc amongst middle-east banking customers.
Waze has come a long way since its launch back in 2008. Winner of the Best Overall Mobile App award at the 2013 Mobile World Congress, the Israeli based startup was sold to Google last year for a whopping $1.3 Billion. Unfortunately, two students from the Technion have revealed a huge security issue in the
This week in security was busy with a little bit of everything – breaches, hacking contests, cyber scams, hacktivism and more. Here’s the lowdown on all the biggest security stories of the week:
Microsoft has announced that all official Windows XP support will be terminated on April 8, 2014. But despite the fact that zero-day is just around the corner, millions of businesses and individuals are still using the legacy platform, making them extremely vulnerable to hacking and malware attacks. The Windows XP platform’s ecosystem is officially going
The “smart” home appliances we all are letting into our lives are getting “smarter”. This isn’t a movie plot, nor is it a scientific experiment. Security provider Proofpoint estimates that over 750,000 phishing and spam emails have already been sent out by infected fridges, televisions and other appliances.