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Apple to Deliver 'Privacy Labels' for Apps, Revealing Data-Sharing Details

Developers will have to reveal how data is shared with any “third-party partners,” which include analytics tools, advertising networks, third-party SDKs or other external vendors.

Watch Out! New Android Banking Trojan Steals From 112 Financial Apps

New Android Banking Trojan Ghimob Steals Credentials and Money From 112 Financial Apps

Malicious Apps Repeatedly Bypassed Apple App Notarization

Multiple apps containing malware repeatedly bypassed Apple's app notarization security scan in a recent wave. Apple revoked Developer ID. Bryan watch out!

Google’s Waze Can Allow Hackers to Identify and Track Users

A security researcher has discovered a vulnerability in Google’s Waze app that can allow hackers to identify people using the popular navigation app and track them by their location.

Beware: New Android Spyware Found Posing as Telegram and Threema Apps

Hackers found impersonating legitimate messaging apps such as Telegram and Threema to infect Android devices with a new malware.

Apple fixes iPhone Wi-Fi and default apps issues in iOS 14.0.1

Apple has released iOS 14.0.1 to fix iPhone issues plaguing users since the release of iOS 14.

Postal Service Used Apps That Had ‘Catastrophic’ Vulnerabilities for Years

The USPS Office of Inspector General found that the Postal Service was using several applications laded with vulnerabilities that could have led to a hack with a potential financial impact of over $1 billion.

Android Bug Could Allow Malicious Apps To Steal Data From Other Apps

Once again, Android has made it to the news due to a not so good reason. A researcher has discovered a serious bug in the Android platform. This Android bug could allow malicious apps to steal users’ sensitive data from other apps. Fortunately, a fix is now in place.

iOS 14 Introduces ‘Precise Location’ Toggle For Custom Location Sharing

With Precise Location feature. the upcoming iOS 14 will let users share exact or approximate location with apps as needed.

Twitter users urged to update over Android flaw

Millions of Twitter users will be asked to update their Android app after the company found a security flaw. Twitter said the vulnerability could let other malicious apps access private information such as direct messages.

India Bans 47 Chinese Apps That Are Cloned version of 59 Apps Banned

We all know that India banned 59 Chinese apps last month, and now as a second digital strike, India banned 47 more Chinese apps

Malicious 'Blur' Photo App Campaign Discovered on Google Play

Twenty-nine bad mobile apps with a combined 3.5 million downloads bombard users with out-of-context ads.

Mac Cryptocurrency Traders Targeted by Trojanized Apps

Four trojanized cryptocurrency trading apps have been found spreading malware that drains cryptocurrency wallets and collects Mac users' browsing data.

Free VPN apps exposed unsecured user data, researchers say

Four VPN apps tied to a company in Hong Kong could have exposed users to malware, identity theft or worse

New Android malware steals your dating and social accounts

A new Android banking trojan dubbed BlackRock steals credentials and credit card information from a list of 337 apps many of them used for many non-financial purposes.

Joker Malware Apps Once Again Bypass Google's Security to Spread via Play Store

New Android Apps Infected With Joker Malware Found Spreading Through Google Play Store

Microsoft warns of Office 365 phishing via malicious OAuth apps

Microsoft warns that with the shift to remote working, customers are exposed to additional security threats such as consent phishing, besides conventional credential theft and email phishing attacks.

Numerous Malicious Android Apps Stole Facebook Credentials

25 malicious apps targeted Android users as they stole Facebook credentials. The malware would persist even after uninstalling the apps from the device.

After TikTok, LinkedIn And Reddit Caught Spying On iOS Clipboard

Apps like LinkedIn, Reddit, and more found copying iOS Clipboard content with every keystroke. LinkedIn and Reddit confirm the bug as they work on fixes.

FakeSpy Android Malware Spread Via ‘Postal-Service’ Apps

Android mobile device users are being targeted in a new SMS phishing campaign that’s spreading the FakeSpy infostealer. The malware, which is disguised as legitimate global postal-service apps, steals SMS messages, financial data and more from the victims’ devices.

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