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Latest antivirus tests show which apps perform best

End of year tests, which are also valid for the start of 2014, show that 12 of the current 28 antivirus apps for Android have a perfect detection rate and spotted everyone of the 2,124 ...
by Gary SimsDecember 13, 201329

SMS-based DOS attack can cause Nexus devices to reboot or lose data connection

Security researcher Bogdan Alecu discovered a vulnerability that exposes Nexus devices to denial-of-service attacks based on a special type of SMS.
by Bogdan PetrovanNovember 29, 20134

Facebook Android app security flaw affects those who don’t even use the app

Norton also notes that Facebook is not the only app doing this, or even the worst offender. They promise more information on other culprits in coming weeks, but we’re still curious why ...
by Nate SwannerJuly 2, 20139

Samsung might launch its anti-theft feature for smartphones as soon as July

Samsung is said to be working on delivering a kill switch feature for smartphones as soon as July. Would you feel safer knowing that such an anti-theft feature exists?
by David GonzalesJune 15, 201320
 
 

Why doesn’t Android have a built in “find lost phone” function? What are some alternatives?

While there are tons of great security apps out there for wiping or finding your lost/stolen phone, why doesn't Android have this kind of functionality built-in?
by Andrew GrushJune 12, 201321

Android Lost helps you find and control your lost phone

Android Lost helps you recover your lost Android phone, or prevent your data on it from falling into the wrong hands.
by Bogdan BeleJune 10, 20137

Today Only: Get a free lifetime license for security app Cerberus

Thanks to a special promotion from AppGratis, you can now get your hands on a lifetime license for Cerberus, as long as you act today.
by Andrew GrushJune 6, 201311

BitDefender’s Clueful tells you what apps are endangering your privacy

Clueful is an Android app from BitDefender which allows you to monitor the way the apps you have installed on your device may endanger your privacy. More details in the rest of the article.
by Bogdan BeleMay 22, 20132

Could one third of free Android apps be stealing sensitive data?

New research from security specialists Bitdefender suggests that as many as one third of free Android apps access and upload your private data (including your phone number) to third parties.
by Gary SimsApril 5, 20139

Android malware will eat your children

Malware, malware, malware! You could easily get the impression there’s no hope for any of us on Android unless we install a security app or jump ship to a nice safe platform. What’s ...
by Simon HillFebruary 28, 201315
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