The final few months of 2018 will likely be a busy time of year for people and cybercriminals will be no different as they continue to look for weak spots in networks
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After Epic Games shunned Google Play, debates about threats faced by Android users have taken on a whole new tenor. Joining us to add his voice to the mix is ESET Malware Researcher Lukáš Štefanko
Stop us if you’ve heard this before: avoid installing apps from outside Google Play. But what if you’re itching to battle it out in Fortnite?
With this update, Microsoft is bringing a feature for Android users that has been available on iOS devices for quite a while now
Entirely new malware family discovered by ESET researchers
La Liga says that the functionality requires the user’s express consent and that it is only intended to detect unauthorized broadcasts of soccer games
Researchers find that a great portion of popular children’s apps may run afoul of US privacy legislation by improperly collecting data – albeit often probably unintentionally. A response from Google to the unflattering findings wasn’t long in coming.
An interview with ESET’s Lukáš Štefanko on the thin line between what deserves the name “security app” and what can be called fake.
ESET researchers have analyzed a newly discovered set of apps on Google Play, Google's official Android app store, that pose as security applications. Instead of security, all they provide is unwanted ads and ineffective pseudo-security.
Malware in the official Google store never stops appearing. For cybercriminals, sneaking their malicious applications into the marketplace of genuine apps is a huge victory.
The recent rise in cryptocurrency scams appearing on the Android platform in disguise has shown that such incidents are not exclusive to PCs and also highlight the importance of knowing what to look out for so you do not unintentionally take part.
If there's one thing we should all have learnt from our years on the internet it should be this: once you say something somewhere, it's very hard to take it back and pretend it never happened.
DoubleLocker can change the device’s PIN, preventing victims from accessing their devices, and also encrypts the data it finds in them - a combination that has not been seen previously in the Android ecosystem.
We are halfway through the year and it is a good opportunity to analyze the extent to which the ideas we gathered in the Trends 2017: Security Held Ransom report have come true.
This short feature aims to draw attention to some of the key things you should be doing to bolster your tablet security to keep cybercriminals at bay.
ESET researchers have discovered and reported scammers stealing PayPal and Paxful credentials disguised as a tool for YouTube monetization, and a bitcoin trading marketplace.
What awaits us in terms of mobile security trends? Throughout this article, we will discuss how risks might develop in the near future.
ESET researchers have discovered a new variant of botnet-forming Android banking malware based on source code made public a couple of months ago.
WeLiveSecurity takes a look at what you need to know about spyware – the malware secretly prying on your online activities.
As we continue to do more things with our smartphones, the threat posed by mobile malware increases. Here's a short history of its development.