Think you can hack Tinder? Google will pay you $1000. – Mashable


Mashable

Think you can hack Tinder? Google will pay you $ 1000.
Mashable
If you find a security vulnerability in one of the participating apps, you can report that vulnerability to the developer, and work with them to fix it. When the problem has been resolved, the Android Security team will pay you $ 1,000 as a reward, on

and more »

android security – read more

Malware Apps On Google Play Added Devices To A Botnet, Proving Google Is Still Terrible At Reviewing Apps – Tech Times


Tech Times

Malware Apps On Google Play Added Devices To A Botnet, Proving Google Is Still Terrible At Reviewing Apps
Tech Times
Security researchers at Symantec recently discovered a total of eight apps from Google's marketplace secretly added devices to a botnet. These apps functioned as fronts for a "new and highly prevalent type of Android malware" named Android.Sockbot.
Google Play Security Reward Program: Bug Bounty Program – Get Rewards through HackerOneHackerOne
Android Developers Blog: Playtime 2017: Find success on Google Play and grow your business with new Play Console …Android Developers Blog
Android malware on Google Play adds devices to botnet | Symantec Connect CommunitySymantec
Symantec –Google Play
all 203 news articles »

android botnet – read more

Secure Wifi Hijacked by KRACK Vulns in WPA2 – Dark Reading

Secure Wifi Hijacked by KRACK Vulns in WPA2
Dark Reading
Depending on the encryption protocols being used by the WiFi network, the "attacks may include arbitrary packet decryption and injection, TCP connection hijacking, HTTP content injection, or the replay of unicast and group-addressed frames," US-CERT

HTTPS hijacking – read more