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On today's Pocketnow Daily, we talk about the possible changes coming in future iPhones, upgrades in the Nintendo Switch and more
Google Play Protect, machine learning techniques and an overall increased commitment to security made Android's main app store a more trusted and safer place in 2017 than ever before.
A whopping 40,000 people who used their credit cards on the official OnePlus website between mid-November 2017 and January 11, 2018 may have had their financial info compromised.
Device security comes in many shapes and forms, each with its own strategy for mitigating threat vectors. Read to find out how to stay secure!
Check Point security researchers believe up to a whopping 36.5 million Android devices may have been tainted by Judy adware roaming free in Google Play.
Various antivirus and antimalware apps are available through app stores; some even come pre-installed from OEMs. Question is: are these mobile antivirus apps really necessary?
The current WannaCry attacks are just the beginning. Read to find out more about who's to blame for viruses, malware, and ransomware.
Don't be surprised if you get a security app called McAfee VirusScan pre-installed on your Galaxy S8, and similar Samsung PC and Smart TV software.
Barnes & Noble follows BLU on the radar of mobile security experts, apparently also putting the personal data of Nook Tablet 7 users at risk.
The bug comes out of apps from third-party app stores and its actions are hostile. Gooligan affects devices on Android Jelly Bean, KitKat and Lollipop.
Quadrooter is one name for four security holes found in Qualcomm chips. Those chips are on nearly a billion Android devices. And everyone's fixing it.
Nope, not Rattata, though we are pretty much in weak territory right there. There is a jacked-up version of Pokémon Go! out there with a RAT in it.
The social media platform, though, is working to get the proper barriers up on affected accounts and is working with a source of the leak.
A Russian hacker claims they have more than 379 million Twitter account credentials mined. About 33 million are now searchable.
Learn why this drive-by Android malware is so scary - and why users of modern devices are probably already safe from its wrath.
Android security in general and Google Play download safety in particular were significantly reformed in 2015, though harmful apps remain a threat.
There's an Android Google Chrome Exploit out there, here's what you need to know about it.
Get the details on the latest Android Chrome vulnerability, and why it has the potential to be so devastating.
We’re always protecting our devices and the content inside them from the big, bad wolves. It’s government, it’s hackers and it’s all annoying. But while the Stagefright exploits are taking the spotlight at the moment, it’s important to remember that there are plenty of other worries out there, waiting to be picked up on.
Lookout Security picked up on three worries within Android that have altogether affected over 20,000 applications. They are trojans that have been found in ten countries including the United States, Germany, India, Brazil and [...]
Learn why even months after discovery, some XcodeGhost infections appear to linger.
Over the weekend, Apple was hit with maybe its first major App Store malware attack, with XcodeGhost appearing in dozens of otherwise legitimate apps.
Phone unlocking, to be clear, is legal in the United States if the phone in question is out of a service contract. Even though some companies have a hard time of coping with this reality, it’s codefied law of the land here. But what AT&T accuses three former employees, one owner of an unlocked phone resale company and 50 unnamed people of doing definitely raises some eyebrows.
In the case filed in Seattle US District Court, the ex-AT&T staff allegedly installed malware onto a Seattle-area’s AT&T store’s computers that was able to compromise the [...]