The July Android Security bulletin tackles 44 vulnerabilities in all, with the bulk rated high in severity.
Some mobile apps can take and share screenshots and video of the phones’ app activity without users’ knowledge.
A battery-saving app enables attackers to snatch text messages and read sensitive log data – but it also holds true to its advertising.
While other malware families have been searching for new overlay techniques for Android 7 and 8, MysteryBot appears to have found a solution.
Analysis shows that the malware, previously a banking trojan focused on Android devices, has rapidly evolved just in the past month.
An attacker can gain man-in-the-middle access to inject a rogue executable file onto the phone.
Mobile apps leak personal data via insecure ads that transmit ad-targeting data insecurely.
Many Android device manufacturers are not telling the truth when they say they have patched devices, researchers found.
Netflix opens up bug bounty program to all white hat hackers and ups the ante for bugs to as much as $15,000.
Google is warning a critical vulnerability found in its Media Framework warrants extra attention by security minded Android users.