Tagged: Android

Android devices malware

Finland Faces Bank Hacking Surge: Watch Out!

In Finland, cybercriminals have intensified their efforts, deploying malicious Android applications aimed at hacking bank accounts, as warned by the local Finnish Transport and Communications Agency (Traficom). These fraudsters are sending SMS messages in...

Dirty Stream

Android Apps Vulnerable to “Dirty Stream” Attacks

Microsoft has issued a warning to Android users about a new exploit dubbed “Dirty Stream,” which allows malicious applications to overwrite files in another application’s home directory, potentially leading to arbitrary code execution and...

Android Off Find My Device

Android’s New Trick: Findable Even When Off

The Google Pixel 8 series, unveiled on October 12, 2023, has been lauded extensively for its ability to support the “Find My Device” feature even in a powered-off state, a function that has garnered...

Vultur trojan

Vultur Malware Returns: Beware Fake Bank Calls

Cybersecurity specialists have unearthed a new variant of the Android Trojan, code-named Vultur, endowed with sophisticated remote control capabilities and mechanisms for circumventing protection. The company ThreatFabric reported the first version of this malicious...

Epic Games Store Android

Epic Games Store is coming to iOS and Android soon

Epic Games officially announced on social media platforms that the Epic Games Store is set to debut on iOS and Android. Epic stated that the Epic Games Store will become the first game-centric multi-platform...

Android Auto-Reboot

Auto-Reboot for Android: Shield Against Unseen Threats?

The GrapheneOS development team, creators of the eponymous Android operating system focused on privacy and security, have proposed an automatic reboot feature for Android. This feature is designed to complicate the exploitation of firmware...

Unknown tracker alerts

Google explains Unknown tracker alerts feature

In May of this year, Google, in partnership with Apple, proposed regulations to combat the malicious use of Bluetooth location devices for surreptitious tracking. Subsequently, Google initiated the incorporation of features for detecting and...