The consumer protection agency said vulnerabilities and the "insecure implementation" of diagnostic software propelled action against the American division of the mobile device maker for a number of security shortfalls.
Adobe on Monday released a security update for its popular Flash software. Shortly after, Microsoft issued fixes for the same vulnerabilities for users running Flash in the forthcoming Internet Explorer 10.
Kaspersky Lab researchers say they have detected five new variants of a mobile trojan known as ZitMo, and four of them target BlackBerry devices, which typically have gone untouched by hackers. Users in Europe are being targeted.