Posts Tagged 'android'
Intel Security just launched the latest version of our award-winning Android app–McAfee Mobile Security (MMS). MMS has evolved beyond providing AV protection to provide performance boosting and Android Wear features. We are proud to arm our users with these new powerful tools for optimized device performance to aid in users’ eternal struggle to gain longer […]
I am sharing this article, written by Shelly Tzoumas – Thanks, Shelly! How close are relentless cyber criminals to hacking your mobile device—really? Security reports indicate 1 in 5 Android apps contain malware. What do you need to know? To find out, Shelly sat down with Alex Hinchliffe, Mobile Malware Research Manager at Intel Security, who […]
Browsing the news last week – as you do – a couple of stories caught my eye which I felt compelled to write about. Both stories are industry ‘firsts’, and both of them concern our smartphones. The first of these stories that I happened to chance upon was while reading PaymentWeek. Largely overlooked by many […]
Earlier this week, a new vulnerability was discovered, potentially afflicting up to 950 million Android devices. This accounts for nearly all of active Android users. And what’s more shocking, it all started with a text message. Allow me to introduce you to “Stagefright,” the latest vulnerability to make cybersecurity headlines. Stagefright, a security hole freshly […]
There’s an old axiom of life that suggests nothing is ever truly free. I’m inclined to believe it. Free lunches take up your time and often come along with some sort of pitch, free services usually require you to surrender personal information of some sort and free apps, well they often deliver ads—or worse. Take […]