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Windows malware discovered in more than 100 Android apps

Researchers have discovered Windows malware present in 132 Android apps, despite that it has no effect on the Android platform.
by Scott Adam GordonMarch 2, 201723

Deal: Today and tomorrow, 50% off Ethical Hacker bundle

The Become an Ethical Hacker Bonus Bundle is already a pretty sweet deal, but if you snatch it before Friday, you can get half off.
by AA PicksFebruary 23, 2017

Android security scares are all hype, no substance, suggests Google engineer

Android's security director recently discussed Android threats and said there have been no “confirmed” cases of infections caused by Stagefright.
by Scott Adam GordonFebruary 15, 20176

This Weekend Only: Save Big on Coding Courses (70% off everything!)

In honor of Autodidact Weekend, Tech Deals is offering 70% off all online courses in your cart! This deal ends Sunday, so act fast!
by AA PicksFebruary 10, 2017
 
 

How to add fingerprint authentication to your Android app

Enhance your Android apps with single-touch identification, by making use of Marshmallow's new fingerprint recognition feature.
by Jessica ThornsbyFebruary 6, 20174

Android pattern unlock method once again found to be easily exploited

Researchers have found a new way to break into phones which use a pattern unlock method and it's usually achieved within five attempts.
by Scott Adam GordonJanuary 25, 201719

Researchers warn of vast problems with Android VPN apps

A team of researchers have investigated 283 Android VPN apps to explore their impact on user privacy and security. The findings are alarming.
by Scott Adam GordonJanuary 25, 201738

Google launches new security-focused page for Android developers

Google has quietly launched a new security-focused page on its Android Developers site, offering tips on how to made apps secure and free of malware.
by John CallahamJanuary 23, 2017

Steep Price Drop: Certified Ethical Hacker kit $45 (normally $5,207)

The Certified Ethical Hacker Bootcamp has helped thousands of students launch a career in white hat hacking, but they paid a lot more than you will.
by AA PicksJanuary 18, 2017

This is how Google finds Android malware

Google has outlined its process for finding malware via the Android Developers blog and discusses its Verify Apps safety protocol.
by Scott Adam GordonJanuary 18, 20179
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