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Researchers at Google have discovered a new zero-day exploit in Android that has the potential to infect millions of devices. The vulnerability is located in the kernel of the OS and has already been used by bad actors in the wild. Here are the phones known to be affected, including models from Google, Samsung and Huawei.

[ad_1] A slew of recent Android phones, including widely used Samsung Galaxy and Google Pixel models, are vulnerable to a serious Android security flaw, Google's Project Zero has revealed. The flaw may affect most pre-2019 Android phones.In a blog post on Thursday (Oct. 3), Project...

[ad_1] Researchers from the Czech Technical University, UNCUYO University and Avast have discovered a new Android banking botnet targeting Russian citizens that has been operating since at least 2016.The Geost botnet has infected over 800,000 Android devices according to researchers' estimation and the hackers behind...

[ad_1] LightRocket via Getty ImagesIn between reports of increasingly sophisticated nation-state sponsored cyberattacks on devices and platforms of all flavours and varieties, the Simjacker news in September was decidedly old school. Exploiting archaic leftover functionality on SIM cards installed in devices worldwide, this malicious attack...

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[ad_1] If you're so much an Apple fan that you run Apple Music...

[ad_1] This new Android malware may be the most twisted yet. An interesting new type of malware has been uncovered, coded within two dozen Android apps that have accumulated hundreds of thousands of downloads in the Google Play store. Android users who downloaded any of the apps...

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[ad_1] Udochi Ogubuike When most people think of antivirus software, they think of applications meant to protect your PC from a virus. But have you ever asked yourself, “Do I need antivirus for my Android phone?” According to www.lifewire.com, the answer is yes, but the reasons are...

[ad_1] A new Trojan dropper dubbed xHelper was observed while slowly but steadily spreading to more and more Android devices since May, with over 32,000 smartphones and tablets having been found infected in the last four months. Trojan droppers are tools used by threat actors to...