Android Malware Still Sneaking Past New Security Feature, Researcher Finds – Huffington Post


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Android Malware Still Sneaking Past New Security Feature, Researcher Finds
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So it's either be prone to all viruses or lessen the amount of viruses. Your choice. amelioj123: 15% being detected is better than none being detected. It. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/social/amelioj123/android-security-feature-_n_2279798_212989157
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Android and Security – CIOL

Android and Security
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Adding a new layer to Android security. Today we're revealing a service we've developed, codenamed Bouncer, which provides automated scanning of Android Market for potentially malicious software without disrupting the user experience of Android Market

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CIA pumps money into mobile security startup – FierceMobileIT


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CIA pumps money into mobile security startup
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The Central Intelligence Agency's investment arm In-Q-Tel is investing an undisclosed amount of money into Tyfone, a Portland, Ore.-based mobile security in the cloud startup. IQT said it was investing in Tyfone because of its patent portfolio and
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12 useful websites for IT security – ComputerworldUK

12 useful websites for IT security
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Google Android Security Group. Feel like just hanging out and talking about security related to Google Android devices? Check out Google's Android Security Group, where questions get asked online and crowdsourced.

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