When it comes to mobile devices, it's well known that malware writers like to target Android. But a threat report published today by security firm F-Secure puts in perspective why Android malware attacks often flop and why Android itself is no pushover
Security for wireless networks and mobile devices - WiFi, access points, iPhones, BlackBerrys, Androids, iPads
It's no secret that users have to give up private information to use mobile apps. But given that attacks on mobile devices are on the rise, should they?
Company remains silent regarding flaws, up to third-party researchers to sniff them out
Two recently-discovered flaws in Apple iOS and Mac OS X have security experts openly asking whether the software vulnerabilities represent backdoors inserted for purposes of cyber-espionage. There's no clear answer so far, but it just shows that anxiety about state-sponsored surveillance is running high
Connecting to unsecured networks not advisable for Apple users until patch is released for vulnerability
Another discovered vulnerability could allow attackers to run monitoring app to record on-screen touches
The leaked source code could lead to a larger number of attacks using the mobile malware, security researchers from RSA said