Mobile Security - Article Archives - Page 35

VoIP Vulnerabilities Get Star Billing in Report

January 31, 2008 |
Predicting top five threats for 2008, Sipera Systems advises 'heightened awareness' of potential perils.
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First iPhone Malware Found

January 11, 2008 |
It's mostly harmless, but future ones may not be.
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Wi-Fi Networks Face Virus Threat?

January 07, 2008 |
Unprotected routers could spread malicious software rapidly to thousands of computers.
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Adobe Phones Home And Irks Customers

January 03, 2008 |
The tinfoil hats come out when Adobe apps are found to be quietly pinging an analytics server.
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Is Privacy Where It's At?

December 31, 2007 |
Location-based mobile services promise convenience and fun -- as long as you can turn them off.
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The Caffe Latte Attack: How It Works -- and How to Block It

December 14, 2007 |

Hotspot users beware: in the time it takes to sip a latte, this attack can crack your corporate WEP keys.

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Tip of the Trade: E-mail Encryption

December 12, 2007 |
PGP and GPG ensure e-mail stays between the sender and its intended recipient.
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Google's Android vs. Apple's iPhone: Which is More Secure?

December 07, 2007 |
Examining the two platforms on a feature by feature basis, the Android appears far more promising in guarding against hackers.
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Is Your iPhone More Like 'I Spy'?

November 21, 2007 |
Hackers discover hidden links back to Apple in the iPhone, but no one is sure what they do.
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Trend Micro Internet Security Pro: A One-Box-Fits-All Solution?

November 19, 2007 |
It's no secret that the Internet is teeming with criminals and their botnets, both attempting to gain control over your computer's precious data. Is Trend Micro Internet Security Pro up to the task of fending them off?
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Rugged Security: MESHnet Firewall

September 29, 2007 |
Two firms team for a portable, military-grade hardware firewall that will take whatever hackers -- or Mother Earth, for that matter -- can dish out. Plus, it looks the part.
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Hackers Scoff At iPhone Warning

September 27, 2007 |
Despite Apple's dire warning of imminent "brickdom" and worthless warranties, hackers and customers who managed to unlock their iPhones say they have the law and ingenuity on their side.
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Report: TJX Security Was 'Inadequate'

September 26, 2007 |
Retailer faulted for collecting too much information, keeping it too long, and not upgrading security systems quickly enough.
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Microsoft Scopes Out 'Real World' Security Threats

September 24, 2007 |
BlueHat, not to be confused with Black Hat, gives security experts a chance to tell Microsoft engineers how to make more secure product.
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Mobile Users And Their Risky Behavior

August 31, 2007 |
They know better when it comes to online security, but research says that isn't stopping road warriors from doing foolish things with company laptops.
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Getting the NAC of Security

August 08, 2007 |
Network Access Control adds yet another layer of technology to the security labyrinth – but some SMBs really need it.
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The iPhone: Don't Trust the Client

August 06, 2007 |
A timeless lesson applies to the iPhone: If something is under the control of a user, we must assume it will be tampered with.
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Apple Heals Holes in iPhone, Mac OS, Safari

August 02, 2007 |
The computer maker puts out six fixes for iPhone when only two were publicly identified.
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Black Hat Cometh; You Afraid?

July 30, 2007 |
Keep your iPhones in your pockets and stay off the roads. Hackers are set to reveal exploits for a range of technology.
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iPhone Hype Brings Out The iPhishermen

July 02, 2007 |
'Deadliest Catch' this is not. They want your e-mail address, not Alaskan crab.
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