Mobile Security

Equifax Confirms Hackers Broke In Through Apache Struts Flaw

U.S. credit reporting bureau Equifax confirmed Wednesday that the theft of personal information of more than 143 million consumers from its systems in May was the result of a vulnerability in the Apache Struts framework. The culprit was not the critical Struts REST plugin vulnerability patched recently, as some unsubstantiated reports suggested over the...

Avast now protects Aircel mobile customers

At Mobile World Congress Americas last week, we unveiled our new collaboration with Aircel Limited Partners to provide Avast Mobile Security to the Indian network’s 85 million subscribers. Over seventy-five percent of India’s mobile users rely on smartphones as their primary internet source; and at a time when mobile threats are increasing on a worldwide scale, Aircel realized the...

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Opinion: It Is Time for a Duress Code on Cell Phones

Have you seen the stories about the warrantless devices searches by various border agents? It seems that many folks have had their cell phones confiscated (sometimes forcibly) in order to protect the borders as people travel into the United States. Many of the folks subject to these searches are American citizens, some of whom work … Read More The post Opinion: It Is Time for a Duress...

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Don’t let these gaming threats give you a Game Over

With the first day of the UK's biggest gaming event, EGX, opening its doors, we decided to roundup the most common gaming threats we see on a daily basis. Categories: Cybercrime Social engineering Tags: consoleemulatorsgamesgamingMobilepcscamssteamvideo games (Read more...) The post Don’t let these gaming threats give you a Game Over appeared first on Malwarebytes...

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