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Cloud Misconfigurations Pose Severe Threat to Mobile Apps Security

Inadvertent data leaks due to cloud misconfigurations continue to be a major risk for organizations. Here, cybercriminals often try to exploit vulnerabilities or setup...

Google Delists Chinese Baidu Apps for Stealing Users’ Data

Google has delisted two Chinese apps – Baidu Maps and Baidu Search Box – from the Play Store for leaking users’ sensitive data. An...

Google Delists Fraudulent Gaming Apps Spreading “HiddenAds Trojan”

Tech giant Google has removed 21 malicious Android apps from its Play Store after discovering intrusive adware and Trojans in them. According to a...

BlackRock! A New Banking Trojan Debuts

Security researchers from ThreatFabric discovered a new banking Trojan "BlackRock," which is targeting Android banking apps and also stealing  login credentials from social networking...

Half of Mobile Banking Apps are Vulnerable to Fraud Data Theft

A recent study by Positive Technologies revealed that over 50% of mobile banking applications are vulnerable to fraud and data theft due to inadequate...

StrandHogg 2.0 Impersonates Real Android Apps to Steal User Data

Researchers at Promon, a cybersecurity firm better known for its in-app security protection, had earlier discovered a vulnerability in the Android operating system named...

“PhantomLance” Targets Android App Store to Spread Malware and Spyware

Security researchers from Kaspersky Lab found threat actors exploiting Google Play Store for years to distribute advanced android malware to steal a wide range...

Ginp Banking Trojan Lures Android Users Amidst COVID-19 Outbreak

The outbreak of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) is giving rise to threats related to cybersecurity and data privacy. One such threat, according to Kaspersky...

Previous Security Vulnerabilities Still Exist in New Android Applications

Security experts have observed that Android app makers have not patched the old security flaws, many of which even dates back to 2014. According to Check...