Android Spyware Targets Executives

Doctor Chaos

A newly discovered Android spyware believed to be targeting high-level executives, but requires manual installation on devices, according to security firm Skycure. The malicious application was identified as a commercial spyware called Exaspy, which provides an attacker with access to a lot of the victim’s data. Wireless mobile wireless

Skygofree Android spyware active since 2014, say researchers

Computer Weekly

Powerful, highly advanced spyware has been targeting Android mobiles for the past four years, security researchers have discovered

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Easy and Reliable Spyware & Malware Remover

Galido

Spyware is an abbreviated term that stands for “spy software” Malicious, spy software is designed for the purpose of gaining access to your computer and often damaging a computer and spreading the malware without the owner knowing. Tips for Spotting Malware and Spyware.

Reckless abuse of surveillance spyware sold to governments (again)

Network World

We keep seeing a common theme when it comes to spyware sold exclusively to governments, surveillance spyware which is marketed as lawful tools to help governments fight crime and terrorism; those remote intrusion solutions are increasingly used to spy on people who the governments consider to be a threat because those people are revealing the truth to the public.

Apple patches iOS security flaws found in spyware targeting activist

Network World

The claims -- from research at Toronto-based Citizen Lab and mobile security firm Lookout -- focus on spyware that targeted Ahmed Mansoor, an activist in the United Arab Emirates. However, inside the message was a link that, once clicked, can infect an iPhone with spyware, using three zero-day exploits of iOS, the research found.

Technology Context From the Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR)

CTOvision

They do what it takes to get in, including devising very sophisticated phishing schemes, creating spyware, placing code in RAM, leaving hacker tools, installing rootkits and continually adjusting/re-placing spyware. By Bob Gourley.

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Why your smartphone is sicker than a room full of snotty toddlers

Network World

If you thought your smartphone was safe(r) from the wild west of malware, spyware and other viruses compared with the PC space, think again. Taking the big hit are smartphone infections, which now account for 78% of all infections across the mobile network, says Nokia in its latest Nokia Threat Intelligence Report. A new report from Nokia proclaims a “sharp rise in the occurrence of smartphone malware infections” in the first half of 2016.

Fed Tech News Roundup

CTOvision

Mobile apps drive fleet management GCN (Today) - Fleet management apps at the General Services Administration and State Department give agencies real-time data integration between the field and home office.As Amazon Debuts Dedicated Mobile Apps For Its Dropbox Competitor, Cloud Drive TechCrunch (Today) - Amazon has quietly expanded its Cloud Drive service – a competitor to Dropbox, Google Drive and other online file hosting services – to mobile platforms, with the release of dedicated.

Top 7 Effective Antimalware Software for Windows 2019

Galido

Advanced System Protector protects your PC from adware, spyware, phishing scams and other malware threats effectively. Use this free Windows malware protection tool to clean adware, remove spyware and other malicious content effectively.

AdLock – How to Remove Ads from Your PC or Gadgets

Galido

Imagine never running out of mobile data again? As long as it is enabled on your phone you will always be protected from any unwanted spyware and bugs. So use our enhanced filters to block various ad from your computer and mobile devices.

5 Reasons Why You Should Download AVG Antivirus For Android

Galido

The free features allow you to have silent protection from dangerous apps or malware, spyware, or viruses. The basic version serves as a great tool for your mobile security needs, so do not worry about upgrading just yet.

Stop Malware Attacks and Online Identity Theft

Galido

Affecting a mobile phone, a computer, a laptop, or a network server, malware interrupts computing operations, hijacks networks, or access systems.

Managing the People Side of Cyber Security

ITGCT

For instance, inappropriate Internet use by people within your company can let in malware or spyware, which can compromise your system or leak important information. We tend to imagine cyber security as a wall we need to build around a company to keep invaders out.

Security attacks and countermeasures

Cloud Musings

The outcomes further noted that such concerns create barriers to the adoption of critical technologies that drive value and growth: mobility, cloud and big data. Moving forward, cyber attacks will be more prevalent, even as infrastructure growth, including network bandwidth, applications, mobile devices and other endpoints become more prolific. by Sandra K. Johnson Cyber security is rapidly becoming a significant issue in the C-suite as well as the population at large.

Here are some of the best wireless routers you can buy

TechnoBezz

It can also limit the Internet access time for guests and kids, as well as prevent you from being subject to spyware and phishing. The Nighthawk allows you to set up the router with ease, perform a speed test and manage your Internet connection through a mobile device.

What?No Angry Birds? - A Screw's Loose

A Screw's Loose

There’s nothing wrong with trying to protect your users from malicious apps, malware and spyware. Next post: 10 plagues of Mobile. Going Mobile. Enterprise Mobility. Mobile. Enterprise Mobility. Mobile. Mobile Strategy. About. Standard Disclaimer. A Screw's Loose. What…No Angry Birds? by Brian Katz on March 20, 2013 · 2 comments. As I rode to the airport this morning, an interesting conversation sprung up on twitter.

The massive Twitter hack could be a global security crisis

The Verge

More than 2,500 mobile games were removed from China’s App Store in the first seven days of July, following a crackdown on titles that are available without a license for release. The spyware was made by Israel’s NSO Group. Illustration by Grayson Blackmon / The Verge.

Antitrust investigations aren’t the biggest threat to Facebook’s future

The Verge

Facebook is accusing the spyware maker of creating accounts to send malware to mobile phones of 1,400 people to snoop on them. Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge.