With such low adoption rates of the latest security patches, security bods have said it is increasingly difficult to protect Android users who might not be tech-savvy enough out of harm's way.
The mobile forensics company Cellebrite is slowly catching up with its abilities to exfiltrate data from mainstream mobile phones, and has come under criticism for selling its technology to autocratic regimes.
A federal judge in Chicago issued an opinion last week that would deny the government's attempt to force Apple device owners from providing a fingerprint to unlock their device.
The number of cyberattacks targeting financial institutions and their customers soared to new heights in 2016, according to Kaspersky Lab, which observed nearly 1.09 million banking trojan attacks on users in 2016.
Huawei Technologies has released a new software update that patches a privilege escalation vulnerability in its Huawei Themes mobile app that could ultimately result in arbitrary code execution.
Symantec researchers spotted Android ransomware that will may listen to your bursts of anger and frustration once infected.
Supermodel Emily Ratajkowski's iCloud account has again been hacked with as many as 200 sexually explicit images being removed.
Android users who recently downloaded the Good Weather app received quite a bit more than just a weather forecast: primarily having their mobile banking app compromised.
Congressman Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) has asked the House Oversight Committee to investigate whether or not President Trump is jeopardizing national security by using an unsecured Android mobile device.
After reports emerged of Trump and Japan's Shinzo Abe discussing North Korea's missile test in a Mar-a-Lago dining room, House Oversight Chair Jason Chaffetz wants answers about security.
Users who install the malware might find their mobile devices held to ransom or bank accounts emptied.
The Mirai attacks marked a shift in perception of Internet of Things (IoT) device threats for 84 percent of the 868 IT professionals surveyed.
Mobile application security is becoming a tougher battle to wage for organizations, as these apps are demanding more access to users' data, reports Karen Epper Hoffman.
A newly discovered smishing campaign is faking texts from the Czech Republic's postal service, hoping to trick recipients into downloading a malicious app containing a trojan horse designed to steal credit card information.
Triada, a modular backdoor for Android, the top of the "most wanted mobile malware".
Three applications on Google Play combine three deception techniques to disguise their actions while running in the background, Symantec researchers reported.
A researcher has reported finding 76 iOS programs that, despite using the TLS security protocol, are vulnerable to man-in-the-middle attacks that intercept and modify data in motion
Overwatch players can rest easier knowing that they can get a fair shake in their online battles after a thousands of hackers have been banned from the game.
An unidentified hacker reportedly breached the XBOX 360 and PlayStation Portable ISO forums compromising 2.5 million gamer accounts.
Apple quietly removed the Activation Lock Status checker feature leaving some speculating it may have been used for hacking. .
A new report predicts that the number of passwords used among humans and machines worldwide will grow to 300 billion by 2020 - all of which will require cyber protection.
Researchers at Check Point detected and quarantined a zero-day mobile ransomware on the Android device of a customer.
A newly identified version of the Android malware "Rootnik" features anti-debugging and anti-hooking capabilities designed to hinder analysts' efforts to reverse engineer it.
While your Twitter account may not have the following of the force, the bots may be with you as researchers have spotted a large Star Wars themed botnet.
Zscaler researchers have spotted The SpyNote RAT with a full range of surveillance features posing as the Netflix app.
New York State legislators are following a trend of proposing legislation to protect citizens from warrantless stingray surveillance.
One of the newer Android banking Trojans to be found in the wild is the result of leaked banking malware source code that was found and improved upon by cybercriminals.
MWR Labs researchers recently disclosed two high-security vulnerabilities in LG G3, G4, and G5 mobile devices.