In the wake of the Stagefright security flaw, Samsung has decided to go ahead and create a new Android security update process that promises faster fixes and fast tracked updates for major bugs. While details are still scant, it appears that Samsung will be sending ... Read More »
Last week brought a mild panic to the Android world with the discovery of a major security flaw in Stagefright, the media playback tool that Android has used since Froyo. The bug essentially allows an attacker to simply send an infected MMS to your device, ... Read More »
Privacy is a hot topic lately, though few do much about their lack of it. With both government agencies and the average computer nerd hitting random buttons on a keyboard to hack into your phone, everything you do on your technological devices may be seen and logged. Or at least that’s the idea.
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It looks like Google and all Android manufacturers have a very serious issue on their hands. A new security flaw was discovered in Stagefright, the media playback tool that Android uses, that allows an MMS message to seriously compromise your device. And worst of all, it affects almost all Android devices since Android 2.2.
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BlackBerry has long been struggling to succeed. It used to be the most popular enterprise phone, with leading security and features for the workplace. Every businessman had a BlackBerry! But with the advances of iOS and Android, BlackBerry devices have been forgotten and the company has not been able to rekindle its past success.
It looks like Samsung has a security issue on its hands, but thankfully it isn’t that big of a deal. Now Secure claims that more than 600 million Samsung phones are at risk due to a vulnerability in the Samsung keyboard. Basically, a fake language pack can be downloaded instead of an official one if ... Read More »
Google already rewards people for finding big security vulnerabilities in its services. Instead of suing or taking legal action against people who try to help like some other companies have done, Google rewards those people for assisting in making its services safer for everyone. Now Google will be doing the same for Android!
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Google has long let you do things like view your search history and download your account data, but today they launched a new tool to make all of that even simpler.
Fingerprint readers aren’t new to Android. In fact, the Motorola Atrix 4G was released in early 2011 with a fingerprint reader. Yes, more than four years ago. And there are plenty of Samsung devices with them, along with some HTCs and a few other brands. But native support was never there, it was just baked ... Read More »
Halfway funded with almost a month to go on Indiegogo, Toronto startup lynk wants to add another layer of security to your Android device using a square-shaped, multi-function keychain that will run you just $39 if you get in before the company’s crowdfunding effort comes to an end.
Using Bluetooth and NFC, lynk ... Read More »