crypto

Google has a new form of encryption called Adiantum that’s designed to bring storage encryption to cheaper Android devices without impacting performance. Currently, devices such as low-powered Android Go smartphones, smart watches, and Televisions fall below Google’s performance requirements for encryption. With Adiantum, Google says that every Android device can be encrypted, meaningRead More →

cryptomining

Android malware that combines info/data-stealing and phishing capabilities lurked in Google Play using the guise of legit-looking applications; one of them was installed at least 100,000 times. Camouflaged as utility apps or games, Mobstspy infected devices primarily in India, although its distribution was worldwide, affecting users in 199 countries. ResearchesRead More →

ASEF

Researchers discovered a new Android Trojan using a novel Accessibility-abusing technique that targets the official PayPal app, and is capable of bypassing PayPal’s two-factor authentication. There is a new Trojan preying on Android users, and it has some nasty tricks up its sleeve. First detected by ESET in November 2018,Read More →

andoid

Scammers are creating fake Android cryptocurrency mining apps and promoting them on the Google Store. The kicker is that these apps claim to mine cryptocurrency that can’t even be mined in the first place. Fortinet discovered these apps on the Google Play Store when they saw that the apps wereRead More →