Security experts are warning of a rapidly growing threat where cybercriminals are targeting mobile phones to manipulate and quickly profit from them. To make matters worse, their malicious activities are becoming harder to uncover.
Walgreens has disclosed that a flaw in the personal secure messaging feature of its mobile app allowed unauthorized access to personal data stored in a Walgreens database. The company also said the issue did not impact financial data and affected a small number of customers.
Security researchers have discovered a dangerous Android vulnerability dubbed “StrandHogg” under active attack by dozens of malicious apps. To add, 500 of the most popular apps may also be vulnerable to the StrandHogg vulnerability.
T-Mobile disclosed a data breach that impacts a small number of customers of its prepaid service.
Check Point security researchers have discovered a vulnerability in security software that comes pre-installed in Xiaomi smartphones.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has released its Security Publication (SP) 1800-4, that includes security guidelines for mobile device security in cloud and hybrid environments.
A serious bug has been discovered in FaceTime, Apple's video and chat app for iPhones. The vulnerability can allow a user to listen in on another iPhone user's conversation before they pickup and without the recipient's knowledge.
The VMware Workspace ONE Unified Endpoint Management Console (AirWatch Console) update resolves a critical SAML authentication bypass vulnerability (CVE-2018-6979).
Air Canada notified customers of a data breach involving the airline's mobile application and potentially impacting thousands of user profiles.
ESET security researchers have discovered a new Android RAT (Remote Administration Tool) variant in the wild. The new variant is dubbed "HeroRat" and abuses the Telegram protocol for command and control, and can steal sensitive data.