A new strain of malware was detected on Google Play that mobile threat researchers at Check Point dubbed FalseGuide and said was hidden in more than 40 guide apps for games.
A London police officer has purchased malware for mobile phones and computers that can intercept calls, emails and more.
Dozens of malicious Android apps claiming to be the mobile game Super Mario Run have been detected by researchers at Trend Micro.
A spyware program disguised as an app that dispenses Android updates was downloaded between 1 and 5 million times before being pulled from Google's official U.S. Play Store, according to researchers at Zscaler.
A new, simplified two-factor verification sign-in feature for phones that eliminates the need for passwords or one-time code entries is now officially available for Microsoft account-holders.
Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel might want to tone down his comments while discussing the target demographic for his app.
In addition to a serious battery depletion problem, the FDA said Abbott hadn't incorporated recommendations into its cybersecurity risk assessment plan.
Google's latest iteration of its mobile operating system for Android devices, Android O, helps block some ransomware.
Aga oven owners could have been left scratching their heads over why their food did not cook properly if not for a researcher at Pen Test Partners.
Miley Cyrus, Rosario Dawson and Suki Waterhouse have joined the ranks of Celebgate victims.
Researchers in the UK have uncovered a technique for malicious websites to spy on smart device owners and even decipher their screen touches and PIN number entries by secretly monitoring their devices' sensor data.
The security firm Radware has come across two new forms of Denial of Service (DOS) malware that is attacking and bricking Internet of Things devices for as yet unknown reasons.
The recently uncovered Chrysaor spyware tool has an amazingly complex and stealthy way to record audio that is able to fly under the user's radar.
A Google Project Zero researcher has detailed a series of vulnerabilities in Broadcom's Wi-Fi chipsets that could potentially allow remote code execution on Android and iOS devices.
A joint research investigation has shed light on a recently discovered malware campaign that aims to infect U.S. and Middle Eastern targets with four distinct families of Windows and Android-based downloaders and information stealers.
Samsung's smart device operating system, Tizen - designed to replace Google's Android OS - is the "worst code" ever seen, says security researcher.
A newly discovered variant of the Android ransomware PornDroid eludes all antivirus programs by waiting four hours before executing its malicious activity as well as by employing heavy amounts of obfuscation.
Banks worldwide are at risk of incurring costly consequences to their operations if they don't move away from legacy systems and get in step with digital advancements.
A hacker has made off with at least 6.5 million email addresses and poorly hashed passwords from a Yu-Gi-Oh fan project called "Dueling Network."
While industry-specific efforts to create some type of cybersecurity framework is helpful, stronger guidelines will be needed, reports Doug Olenick.
More than 70 percent of mobile devices on five major U.S. carriers are susceptible to breach due to unpatched devices, according to a recent study.
For the second time this month, the city of Tacoma, Wash. was fined for withholding information concerning its use of Stingray devices.
A spate of malicious apps falsely posing as mod programs for the popular world-building game Minecraft were downloaded by users roughly 990,000 times on Google Play before they were reported earlier this month.
Incapsula, Imperva's DDoS experts, have said US, UK and Netherlands top attacked countries, drew 74.9 percent of all attacks.
A spearphishing scammer demanded a sex show from a private citizen after obtaining the victim's email credentials.