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NetRom news story - Report finds malicious apps on Google Play continue to grow

Report finds malicious apps on Google Play continue to grow

Malicious apps on Google Play continue to grow in number as the search and mobile giant struggles to filter submissions, according to a new report covering mobile security published today. The RiskIQ...

NetRom news story - Android vulnerability allows attackers to modify apps without affecting their signatures

Android vulnerability allows attackers to modify apps without affecting their signatures

Among the many Android vulnerabilities patched by Google this December is one that allows attackers to modify apps without affecting their signatures. The danger “Although Android applications...

NetRom news story - Pre-Installed Keylogger Found On Over 460 HP Laptop Models

Pre-Installed Keylogger Found On Over 460 HP Laptop Models

HP has an awful history of 'accidentally' leaving keyloggers onto its customers' laptops. At least two times this year, HP laptops were caught with pre-installed keylogger or spyware applications. I...

NetRom news story - NiceHash hacked: Over m in Bitcoin stolen by hackers from cryptocurrency mining market

NiceHash hacked: Over m in Bitcoin stolen by hackers from cryptocurrency mining market

NiceHash, touted as the one of the world's largest cryptocurrency mining marketplaces, said hackers had compromised its payment system and emptied its entire virtual Bitcoin wallet. The company said...

NetRom news story - TeamViewer Fixed Critical Vulnerability that allows Clients to take Full Control of PC

TeamViewer Fixed Critical Vulnerability that allows Clients to take Full Control of PC

TeamViewer is a well know software for desktop support and remote control over the Internet; it suffers a critical vulnerability which allows clients to take control over the computer remotely without...

NetRom news story - Kaspersky case – Now we know who is the NSA hacker who kept Agency’s cyber weapons at home

Kaspersky case – Now we know who is the NSA hacker who kept Agency’s cyber weapons at home

A former NSA hacker pleaded guilty on Friday to illegally taking classified documents home, which were later stolen by Russian cyber spies. A member of the US National Security Agency Tailored Access...

NetRom news story - Google cracks down on apps that snoop on you, even if they're not in Play Store

Google cracks down on apps that snoop on you, even if they're not in Play Store

Unless apps come clean about the personal data they collect, Google will slap them with Safe Browsing warnings. Google is introducing significant changes to how it enforces its Unwanted Software Policy,...

NetRom news story - High School Student Hacked School Computer System and Raise Several of His Grades

High School Student Hacked School Computer System and Raise Several of His Grades

A Famous Tenafly High School from northern New Jersey Student hacked his school computer system and changed several of his grades and his overall GPA. A 16-year old senior student of Tenafly High...

NetRom news story - Guilty: NSA bloke who took home exploits at the heart of Kaspersky antivirus slurp row

Guilty: NSA bloke who took home exploits at the heart of Kaspersky antivirus slurp row

Maryland man cops to making illegal copies of top-secret code An NSA hacker has admitted taking home copies of classified software exploits – understood to be the cyber-weapons slurped from an agency...

NetRom news story - Google Chrome will block code injection from third-party software within 14 months

Google Chrome will block code injection from third-party software within 14 months

Google announced the block of code injection from third-party applications into the Chrome browser. Developers have 14 months to update their code. Google continues to improve security of its product...

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