When it can’t legally force its way onto private systems, the NSA does its best to sneak in – case in point, a pilot program called Irritant Horn, that saw the NSA and its allies attempt to hijack the connection between a target smartphone and the Play Store (then called Android Market).
If your Android app uses a third party web service with an API key, where should you store that API key, so that hackers can’t high-jack your account.
It is simple to use two-factor authentication on your Google Account, but the process to set it up is a tad confusing. Our Android customization walks you through the setup using Google Authenticator.
VPN by Private Internet Security is a great VPN service that doesn’t keep logs and includes IP cloaking. Check it out!
Google has released a new report outlining what exactly the Android security team has been up to in 2014. The full report is a bit lengthy, but we’ll walk you through some key points.
Storing personal information inside an Android app can be a security risk, but sometimes it is necessary. So, where is the best place to store passwords?
Google is rolling out a new smart lock mode based on detecting whether you’re holding or carrying your device in the pocket.
When Android 5.0 Lollipop was announced, Google originally required OEMs to encrypt devices by default. While the company has seemingly changed their minds on the encryption method, Google will likely re-enable it in a future OS version.
Dutch SIM card manufacturer Gemalto has just announced that their SIM cards are secure following the massive NSA/GCHQ security hack.
According to new leaked documents, the NSA and GCHQ hacked into Dutch SIM card manufacturer Gemalto’s computers, stealing an immeasurable amount of encryption keys from the SIM card company.