Google’s Android security update addressed 43 bugs overall affecting Android handsets, including Samsung phones.
A look back at what was hot with readers — offering a snapshot of the security stories that were most top-of-mind for security professionals and consumers throughout the year.
Threat actors impersonate Google Play store in scam as Sony pulls the game off the PlayStation store due to myriad performance issues.
Goontact lures users of illicit sites through Telegram and other secure messaging apps and steals their information for future fraudulent use.
Google updates its mobile OS, fixing ten critical bugs, including one remote code execution flaw.
The developers behind the Android malware have a new variant that spies on instant messages in WhatsApp, Telegram, Skype and more.
Patches for a flaw (CVE-2020-8913) in the Google Play Core Library have not been implemented by several popular Google Play apps, including Cisco Teams and Edge.
The company patched a vulnerability that could connected video and audio calls without the knowledge of the person receiving them.
The vulnerable version of the app, which has 100 million users, uses easily predictable URLs to link to private content.
Seven mobile apps for Android sneakily charge fans of Minecraft and Roblox hundreds of dollars per month.