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About 3 million devices infected by 28 malware-laced Chrome and Edge...

As many as 3 million people have been infected by Chrome and Edge browser extensions that steal personal data and redirect users to ad...

Danger: VivaVideo App stopped from stealing US$27m in 20 million transactions

VivaVideo is a top-rated video editing app for Android devices that has been caught initiating premium subscription attempts, delivering invisible ads to users while avoiding...

Malware on Google Play Store infects millions of devices

This week Google removed 17 Android applications from the official Play Store. According to Viral Gandhi, a security researcher from Zscaler, all 17 applications were infected...

Malware found in 21 more Android apps, over 7 million downloads

Google has removed 15 of 21 Android applications from the official Play Store over the weekend following a report from Czech antivirus maker Avast. The...

Microsoft winning fight against major malware botnet

As part of a coordinated effort that began around a week and a half ago, Microsoft and its partners have almost completely disabled an...

Emotet malware back with ‘Windows Update’ attachment

The Emotet botnet has begun to use a new malicious attachment that pretends to be a message from Windows Update telling you to upgrade...

#DataMustFall or #DataLeakageMustFall – Part 2

In part one of the write up on whether the challenge facing Ghanaians is that of high data cost or rampant data leakage, this...

Android users need to manually remove these 17 infected Apps

Google recently disabled 17 Android apps infected with Joker malware, but only users can uninstall them. One of the most persistent pieces of malware targeting Android...

Google removes 17 Android apps caught engaging in WAP billing fraud

Google has removed this week 17 Android applications from the official Play Store. The 17 apps, spotted by security researchers from Zscaler, were infected...

14 Android apps that may secretly steal your money

Last month, security company Sophos shared a list of Android apps with Google that the company claims trick users into signing for expensive subscription...
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