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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

‘Among Us’ Mobile Game Under Siege by Attackers

Ongoing attacks on the wildly popular game Among Us are testing developers’ ability to keep up.

Safari, other mobile browsers affected by address bar spoofing flaws

Rafay Baloch has discovered address bar spoofing vulnerabilities in several mobile browsers, including Safari and Opera Mini/Touch.

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.

Singapore home cams hacked: Are web and mobile cameras secure?

What should people look out for when buying surveillance cameras? Find out the answers to the top five concerns surrounding web cams.

Sophisticated Android Ransomware Executes with the Home Button

A fresh variant of a sophisticated Android ransomware known as MalLocker locks up mobile devices – surfacing its ransom note when a user hits the Home button.

Chrome 86 beefs up password security on Android and iOS

Chrome 86 brings security updates to mobile users including Password Checkup, Enhanced Safe Browsing on Android, and more. Some of these features debuted earlier on the desktop version of Chrome.

Strava app shows your info to nearby users unless this setting is disabled

Popular running and cycling app Strava exposes information on nearby strangers which has sparked privacy concerns among its users. Some fear this functionality can be abused for stalking and "predatory" motives.

Mobile messengers expose billions of users to privacy attacks

Mobile messengers create privacy concerns by exposing data via discovery services that allow users to find contacts from the address book.

Samsung fixes critical Android flaws with September updates

Samsung has rolled out September 2020 Android updates today on their Galaxy devices. These patch serious vulnerabilities along with enhancing the overall device functionality.

Weather Channel App Settles Lawsuit Over Data Privacy

IBM, the owner of the Weather Channel mobile app, has reached a settlement with the Los Angeles city attorney’s office after a 2019 lawsuit alleged that the app was deceiving its users in how it was using their geolocation data.

Gym app management platform exposed info of thousands of users

Hackers could hijack user accounts in dozens of fitness and gym mobile applications, even where the two-factor authentication (2FA) mechanism was active.

Samsung rolls out Android updates fixing critical vulnerabilities

Samsung has started rolling out Android's August security updates to mobile devices to fix critical security vulnerabilities in the operating system.

NSA offers advice on how to reduce location tracking risks

The U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) today has published guidance on how to expose as little location information as possible while using mobile and IoT devices, social media, and mobile apps.

OkCupid Security Flaw Threatens Intimate Dater Details

Attackers could have exploited various flaws in OkCupid's mobile app and webpage to steal victims' sensitive data and even send messages out from their profiles.

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

Microsoft's Family Safety app now generally available

Microsoft's Family Safety app announced earlier this year has exited preview and is now live for Android and iOS users. The Android app is available today, and the iOS version should be live soon.

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.

BadPower: Fast chargers can be modified to damage mobile devices

Researchers have demonstrated how some fast chargers may be easily and quickly modified to damage your phone, tablet or laptop and set it on fire.

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