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Google's Verify Apps malware protection for Android is rolling out an update that will constantly monitor apps for suspicious behaviour.
The two companies are teaming up to enhance the malware scans already done on new and current apps in the BlackBerry World store.
Security researchers discover an Android app called "Bad Pigs" that is nearly identical to Bad Piggies that asked users for permission to change settings and access personal information.
A suspicious iframe link has been detected in an App Store program. Here's why you shouldn't worry.
New service scans apps for malicious code or behavior and bounces them if they are suspect.
Domain name honcho Nominet proposes shorter domains ending in .uk instead of .co.uk, complete with extra security features.
While the mode of infection is currently unknown, this new threat has uniquenesses over past malware for OS X.
It's a low-threat malware package that won't hurt iOS or MacOS but may pop Windows users who manage the app in their iTunes account.
Breaking the malware into separate, staged payloads allowed the Trojan's authors to avoid detection by Google's automated screening process.
Symantec has discovered that malware snuck its way into certain legitimate-looking apps, which were available for download from the Google Play store.