June 28, 2012
Android Malware: A Threat Rising at a Meteoric Rate
Infographic via Kaspersky Lab
Check out Threatpost’s mobile security coverage for the specifics.

Android Malware: A Threat Rising at a Meteoric Rate


Infographic via Kaspersky Lab


Check out Threatpost’s mobile security coverage for the specifics.

May 22, 2012
Free Wi-Fi: Friend or Foe? Infographic via Veracode

Free Wi-Fi: Friend or Foe? Infographic via Veracode

January 4, 2012
iOS vs. Android Infographic: How Secure Are They?
(Infographic via VeraCode)
Check it out, then head over to Threatpost and read up on our Mobile Security coverage to decide for yourself!

iOS vs. Android Infographic: How Secure Are They?

(Infographic via VeraCode)

Check it out, then head over to Threatpost and read up on our Mobile Security coverage to decide for yourself!

November 16, 2011
via Kaspersky:
This mobile malware timeline is especially relevant considering reports surfacing yesterday that the occurrence Android malware has increased by 472% in the last three months.

via Kaspersky:

This mobile malware timeline is especially relevant considering reports surfacing yesterday that the occurrence Android malware has increased by 472% in the last three months.

October 13, 2011
Infographic via Trend Micro:
As Android devices grow in popularity the amount of Android threats increases likewise, as illustrated in this Snapshot of Android Threats Infographic.

Infographic via Trend Micro:

As Android devices grow in popularity the amount of Android threats increases likewise, as illustrated in this Snapshot of Android Threats Infographic.

October 3, 2011

ian-ho:

HTC Security Flaw Exposes Private Data

Here’s a little background if you want it.

(Source: Mashable)

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Filed under: HTC Security android 
August 18, 2011

As we reported yesterday(read for background), there is a phony, trojan infected ‘Dog War’ app floating around out there in Android land. Downloading results in some particularly humiliating repercussions. So check out these images (via Symantec) that should help you differentiate the real from the fraudulent.

August 16, 2011
The State of Mobile Malware via Mashable

The State of Mobile Malware via Mashable

August 9, 2011
ericsson-siliconvalley:

As Android gets popular, so does Android malware

Repackaged apps containing malware create a crisis of trust. To the  naked eye, a legitimate app and a repackaged version often look the same  with the exception of their permissions. Apps repackaged with malware  typically, though not always, require a greater set of permissions than  the original app. In some cases, malware writers will pirate paid  applications and make them available for free, injecting malware into  the pirated version. The illustration in the diagram details an example  of the process used by malware writers to take legitimate apps from the  Android Market, repackage them with malware, and introduce the  repackaged versions into third party app stores.

ericsson-siliconvalley:

As Android gets popular, so does Android malware

Repackaged apps containing malware create a crisis of trust. To the naked eye, a legitimate app and a repackaged version often look the same with the exception of their permissions. Apps repackaged with malware typically, though not always, require a greater set of permissions than the original app. In some cases, malware writers will pirate paid applications and make them available for free, injecting malware into the pirated version. The illustration in the diagram details an example of the process used by malware writers to take legitimate apps from the Android Market, repackage them with malware, and introduce the repackaged versions into third party app stores.

August 4, 2011
Inforgraphic via MyLookout:

A Mobile Menace — Trends in Mobile Threats

Inforgraphic via MyLookout:

A Mobile Menace — Trends in Mobile Threats

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