You need to beware of mobile scareware ads which say your phone has a virus. This week one of the Android Authority team saw an antivirus scareware ad on his phone and was able to capture a couple of very useful screenshots.
In a recent end of year summary published by antivirus company Kaspersky Labs, the firm officially named Obad, a sophisticated Trojan that can be distributed via mobile botnets, as its Android Villain of the Year 2013.
Android antivirus apps have a lot of features and Bitdefender Mobile Security & Antivirus has all of them. If you need antivirus, check out our review.
You’ll find all kinds of half-truths and flat-out lies being circulated online about the world of tech and beyond, but these are our top five Android myths.
If you need help understand and dealing with app permissions, Clueful by Bitdefender can help! Check out our full review of how this app works.
In many cases the danger of Android malware is greatly exaggerated, and Google has some data to prove it. The company collected data on 1.5 billion installations, and found that users went through with the installation of potential harmful applications (PHA) in just 0.12% of cases.
The dubious iMessage Chat app, which liked to send all of its data via servers in China, has been removed from the Google Play Store. The question remains, if there was a legitimate iMessage app for Android would you use it?
The “iMessage Chat” app in the Play Store lets Android users chat with users of Apple’s messaging service. However, the massive security risks it poses outweigh its benefits.
In this week’s episode of Google Play Weekly, we check out a new update to the Roku, all the menus in Foursquare, Xbox Music, and a whole lot more!
A recently published paper by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has outlined the security concerns the two government agencies have about the use of Android by emergency service personnel including the police and the fire department.