Android Security Improves with Jelly Bean, but Only So Far – LAPTOP Magazine (blog)


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Android Security Improves with Jelly Bean, but Only So Far
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Google has beefed up security in the latest version of Android, making it more difficult for malicious hackers to exploit vulnerabilities in the mobile operating system. Android 4.1 Jelly Bean uses full address space layout randomization (ASLR
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Trend Micro Mobile Security 8.0 Aims at BYOD Businesses – eWeek

Trend Micro Mobile Security 8.0 Aims at BYOD Businesses
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Cloud-based security specialist Trend Micro announced the release of Trend Micro Mobile Security (TMMS) 8.0, designed to bolster enforcement of existing password and encryption policies for businesses deploying bring-your-own-device (BYOD) initiatives,
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Android Hacker: Jelly Bean Tougher To Crack – InformationWeek

Android Hacker: Jelly Bean Tougher To Crack
InformationWeek
thus foiling would-be kernel attackers. That observation comes via Android security researcher Jon Oberheide, CTO of DUO Security, who's been keeping an eye on the Google Android ASLR-related endeavors, as well as other security improvements.

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Android Malware Infographic Shows Massive Growth, Details Threats – CIO (blog)

Android Malware Infographic Shows Massive Growth, Details Threats
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And the researchers noted that roughly 20 percent of Android owners used an antivirus or security apps, despite the obvious Android security threat, and they suggested that his number is sure to grow in the coming weeks and months. (Trend Micro offers

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