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Terrorists are using tools created by U.S. tech firms as their “command-and-control networks of choice.”
There had been reports that Samsung’s Find My Mobile service was vulnerable to hack attempts. After patching the exploit, Samsung has explained the situation and reassured users that data could not be stolen.
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Several Samsung Galaxy devices have officially been approved by the NSA for use with classified information.
Google has announced that they are giving people the option to strengthen the 2-step verification process.
Every Cortex-A based processor has a piece of tech called TrustZone. It provides a secure environment that could be the key to getting rid of passwords, once and for all.
Scientists in London are claiming that mobile phone and demographic data can predict future crime hot spots with 70% accuracy.
Google has stepped forward to announce that they will enable device encryption by default in Android L. Taking user security a step beyond remote locate, lock and wipe as can be found now through the Android Device Manager.
A Same Origin Policy vulnerability has been found in the stock Android Browser, allowing malicious scripts to track your data and read your emails.