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Android antivirus apps are useless — here’s what to do instead

Android antivirus apps are useless — here’s what to do instead However, Android is by its very nature more secure than a desktop computer, so maybe you don’t need these security apps.The most recent Android malware report comes from Check Point, which says nearly one billion android devices have critical vulnerabilities in the underlying Linux kernel.

Video: Hillary makes ISIS deal - It's not real, says security experts

Video: Hillary makes ISIS deal - It's not real, says security experts Cyber security specialists Symantec is warning internet users about a non-existent video that reportedly features United States presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton exchanging money with ISIS.However, there is no video contained in the email, just malware, Narang says.

Video of Hillary making ISIS deal: It's not real, says security expert

Video of Hillary making ISIS deal: It's not real, says security expert Cyber security specialists Symantec is warning internet users about a non-existent video that reportedly features United States presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton exchanging money with ISIS.However, there is no video contained in the email, just malware, Narang says.

Apple patches critical security flaws used to steal encrypted data

Apple patches critical security flaws used to steal encrypted data Apple products have a reputation for security, especially compared with the systemic security flaws baked into the Android update system (or lack thereof).In the world of device security, however, no one is ever perfect, and the critical flaws that Apple patched today underscore that point.

ESET disvers new Android botnet ntrolled by Twitter

ESET disvers new Android botnet ntrolled by Twitter ESET has discovered the first-ever Twitter-controlled Android botnet.Detected by ESET as Android/Twitoor, it’s the first malicious app using Twitter instead of a traditional command-and-control (C&C) server, the company explains.

Trend Micro shows that Linux systems not so bulletproof against trojans

Trend Micro shows that Linux systems not so bulletproof against trojans It also targets Linux and IoT devices, and also acts as a botnet for DDoS attacks.Mirai targets Linux and IoT devices, particularly DVRs running Linux Firmware.