Evolved Android malware Black Rose Lucy now holds smartphones ransom

Evolved Android malware Black Rose Lucy now holds smartphones ransom

First discovered in September 2018, Android OS malware Black Rose Lucy has now returned as ransomware, and it's more malicious than before.
Singaporean smartphone users lose thousands of dollars to mobile banking hackers

Singaporean smartphone users lose thousands of dollars to mobile banking hackers

If you use your Android smartphone to check or account for your personal finances, remember to exercise your due diligence in avoiding fraudulent software.
That GTA V mod you installed might be doing more than you think

That GTA V mod you installed might be doing more than you think

If you're one of the millions playing GTA V on the PC, you might want to read this. It's especially important if you're using mods in your game.
Flaw in SIM Card Encryption Susceptible to Hacks

Flaw in SIM Card Encryption Susceptible to Hacks

Karsten Nohl, a cryptanalyst from a German security firm, has claimed to have discovered a glitch in mobile SIM card encryption technology after examining thousands of SIM cards.
Symantec: FakeAV Holds Android Devices for Ransom

Symantec: FakeAV Holds Android Devices for Ransom

This type of fraud, which began several years ago on computers, has evolved over time and has made its way onto Android devices.
Beware of Christmas Party Document - Trend Micro Identifies New Malware

Beware of Christmas Party Document - Trend Micro Identifies New Malware

Trend Micro has detected samples with the file name "PROPOSED CHRISTMAS PARTY 2012.doc", which is essentially the malware called "TROJ_ARTIEF.RTN".