Priced considerably lower than BlackBerry's first Android phone, the new DTEK50 is being touted as "the world's most secure Android smartphone." The $299 DTEK50 is set to ship August 8.
A malware program created by a highly organized Chinese hacking collective has gained control of 85 million Android devices, which the group is exploiting to the tune of $300,000 a month.
The users of a popular community-based traffic and navigation app could be the targets of stalkers thanks to a vulnerability in the app’s software. But the company says there’s a workaround.
NASA and the U.S. Department of State were among the federal agencies that received low marks on IT security, according to a recent report card issued by the New York-based firm Security Scorecard.
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