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Almost 10% of Android apps are malware: report

Thinking of switching form iPhone to Android? You might want to think again. It seems that as many as nine per cent of Android apps – that's almost one in every 10 – are fully or partially malware, according to new research. The figure comes from Cheetah Mobile's security report for the first half of 2014. Cheetah…

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Stuart O'ConnorAlmost 10% of Android apps are malware: report

"BadNews" Android malware downloaded 9 million times, says security specialists Lookout

A new malicious string of Android malware called "BadNews" may have been downloaded as many as 9 million times say mobile security experts Lookout. Revealed in a Lookout blog posting over the weekend, the malware has sat hidden in 32…

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Gerald Lynch"BadNews" Android malware downloaded 9 million times, says security specialists Lookout

Andy Murray is the most dangerous British Olympic athlete…in cyberspace

Andy Murray has been named the most dangerous British Olympic athlete, but not perhaps for the reasons you'd first think. No, it's not his speeding-bullet tennis serve, nor the thought of his (frankly terrifying) mum flying at you in a…

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Gerald LynchAndy Murray is the most dangerous British Olympic athlete…in cyberspace

Top 3 FREE computer security tips from Kaspersky Lab's Costin Raiu

This week sees London's Earls Court play host to the InfoSec computer and mobile security conference, where all the major players from the anti-virus and back-up software developing fields come together to tout their wares. We caught up yesterday with…

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Gerald LynchTop 3 FREE computer security tips from Kaspersky Lab's Costin Raiu