"The walls have ears" is a very old saying. It has never been quite as true as it is today, however, with the vast availability of espionage equipment and spy shops booming all around the world. Wherever you are, there might be someone listening or watching, or both.
Do you know what the average Joe, a geek, a businessman, a criminal and the US president have in common? Well, in 2016, they all want nice smartphones. However, they aren't equally paranoid so they eventually end up with different devices. But what if I told you they should be?...
A newly found crack in mobile security puts encrypted Android devices in danger. As proven by security expert Gal Beniamini, the standard full disk encryption (FDE) scheme in Android has a major weak point, which could entirely render this layer of protection useless.
Today Android holds over 80% of the global smartphone market. This, logically, attracts a whole lot of hackers and cybercriminals, just like it is with Windows. The larger the ocean, the more the fish.
BYOD, or bring your own device, is not a new concept, and has gained a great deal of traction over the past few years. In theory, merging business and personal activities on a single device is an attractive idea.
There is a wide-held misconception that Android is unsecure and prone to attacks...
Chances are pretty high that information about you or people you know was compromised in 2015. Why?