Numerous Malicious Android Apps Stole Facebook Credentials

Once again, researchers caught a bunch of dubious apps preying on Android users. This time, malicious Android apps stole Facebook

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Dozens Of Malicious Android Apps On Play Store Barraged Users With Ads

Another day, and here comes another report of nasty Android apps flooding Play Store. Once again, numerous malicious Android apps

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StrandHogg 2.0 Vulnerability Targets Android Devices To Steal Data

Last year, Android devices suffered cyber attacks after attackers exploited the StrandHogg vulnerability to steal banking data. Now, after a

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Mandrake Malware Is Secretly Spying On Android Users For Several Years

While numerous Android malware kesep emerging online every now and then, this malware stayed under the radar for years. Identified

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Malicious Android App Conducted DDoS Attacks On ESET Website

The Android Play Store keeps on making to the news due to various malicious apps. However, this time, the app

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Tekya Malware Targets 1 Million Android Users Through Malicious Apps On Play Store

While Google employs some tough policies for app developers to keep the Play Store safe, yet it never remains so.

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New Android Trojan Kills Play Protect And Places Fake App Reviews From Infected Devices

A new Android Trojan now threatens smartphone users. The Shopper.a Android Trojan kills Play Protect and lets the attackers place

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Attackers Actively Exploiting Android StrandHogg Vulnerability To Steal Banking Credentials

Researchers have discovered another serious vulnerability affecting Android phones. Dubbed as StrandHogg, the vulnerability even affects the latest devices running

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Google Forms App Defense Alliance To Stop ‘Bad Apps’

After receiving back to back reports of malicious apps on the Play Store, Google has finally taken a serious step

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More Adware-Delivering Android Games And Camera Apps Removed From Google Play Store

Researchers have discovered more malicious Android apps on the Play Store. They specifically noticed numerous adware-delivering Android games and camera

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