Posts Tagged 'mobile security'

Intel Security Mobile Research has been monitoring a mobile malware campaign targeting users in Germany, France, and Russia since the beginning of the year. Several users have complained in forums and social networks about a suspicious file with the name Android_Update_6.apk being automatically downloaded when a website is loaded. Recently a user tweeted that one […]

Users don’t always have it easy when it comes to online security. Beyond the plethora of passwords, usernames, security questions and websites to remember, you still have to be on guard for malicious application and programs. Now you can add the security of obscure, but critical, technologies to that list. 60 Minutes recently published a […]

In 2016, there’s a ‘who’s who’ of A-list celebrities. No, it’s not who was invited to the Academy Awards or who has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Instead, this list exists online and in our memories. Celebrities get hacked and within minutes the news floods our feeds and fills the halls. Even […]

Any mention of stage fright transports us to our schooldays when we had to go up on stage to recite an oh-so-long poem, or act out a part in a play or sing a song. The jitters that came along! Oh yes, we all may have suffered from stage fright to some degree. But when […]

Every quarter, the team at McAfee Labs releases a threats report detailing information about the latest trends in malware and cybersecurity.  This “Cyber State of the Union” provides a lot of great insights but may seem a bit overwhelming to someone who doesn’t work in the security industry. We’ve really reached a point where information […]