This is the question I’ve been asking myself for the last couple of days. Here is why …
Since Android already became the most used operating system among devices worldwide, it indirectly caught the attention of malware creators as well – around 97% of malicious mobile software is now targeting Android.
Since the start of Android mobile applications growth in 2004, the number of applications which have a build-in advertisement functionality has been increasing dramatically, most of them targeting the user via mobile shop platforms.
Remember the little contest we started some time ago concerning our new browser name? While we are not ready to announce the winners yet (we take the search for the right browser name very serious. Finding and going through the different candidates takes a lot of time, as does the involved research), I’m sure you are more than happy to get a sneak peak, right?
Oh no, it’s Apple with a horrible security flaw yet again! Ok. It’s not THAT horrible. But it is a vulnerability that could lead to stolen iCloud passwords, if the user is not extra careful.