Governments are now in the Android malware business. From what I have read on Android malware there are thing s that you can do to try to avoid them. Below are common apps that malware hides in. Games Battery booster Performance enhencer Coupon Rewards Apps that offer free VPN Many of malware apps will also … Continue reading Android Malware
Google play store is full of fake apps and its getting a lot of downloads. It seems to me that these games may appeal to kids. Please exercise caution when downloading apps or when your kids play with your phone.
New variant of the FakeBank have been found active in South Korea. FakeBank will superimpose a fake login in screen on top of your banking app and the new variant will also intercept out going calls to your bank and routed to scammers. Scammers can also all you and make it look like its your … Continue reading FakeBank
Banking Trojans has been found on many low cost Android phones. Below are the list: Leagoo M5 Leagoo M5 Plus Leagoo M5 Edge Leagoo M8 Leagoo M8 Pro Leagoo Z5C Leagoo T1 Plus Leagoo Z3C Leagoo Z1C Leagoo M9 ARK Benefit M8 Zopo Speed 7 Plus UHANS A101 Doogee X5 Max Doogee X5 Max Pro … Continue reading Banking Trojan
Many Android users may still have a backdoor on their device, according to new revelations made today by the Malwarebytes' mobile security research team. Their discovery is related to the Adups case from last year. Back in mid-November 2016, US cyber-security firm Kryptowire revealed it discovered that firmware code created by a Chinese company called … Continue reading Chinese Backdoor on Android
WPA2 has long been a good security for WiFi access points, but a security has just been reveled. This issue affects all WiFi of course. I am sure that major companies such as Google, Apple and Microsoft will be issuing patches soon. At the interim if possible you should connect your computer to your router/switch … Continue reading WPA2 Problem
There is now an Android app that can search and detect gas pump skimmers based on their Bluetooth fingerprint. The Skimmer Scanner was put together by Nate Seidle, CEO of SparkFun, a Colorado-based electronics firm. I am hoping that a iOS version will be available soon.
Chinese malware creeps have created a Android app that allows anyone to generate a fully-working Android ransomware just by filling in a form and pushing a few buttons. The app is currently available on Chinese underground hacking forums and via Chinese social media networks. The app is currently available for Chinese at this time, but … Continue reading Ransomware