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Mobile devices have now replaced laptops as the soft target.- 96 percent of smartphones and tablets do not have third-party security software installed, according to Canalys and Juniper
People who believe "there's nothing worth stealing on a smartphone“overlooks emails, attachments, contacts and address books and, of course, the wireless and VPN configuration that permit access to the corporate network.
EG: sending each email sent on the device to a hidden 3rd party address, letting an attacker listen in on phone calls or simply open microphone recordingThe category of Vulnerabilities are errors in design or implementation that expose the mobile device data to interception and retrieval by attackers. Vulnerabilities can also expose the mobile device or the cloud applications used from the device to unauthorized access.
Closely followed by “Battery Doctor” (also known as Android.Trojan.FakeDoc.A) with a 23.37% infection rate, we’re left to conclude that either awareness of this Trojan is still pretty low or people simply don’t mind having their devices pried into.Worth mentioning is a second adware (Android.Adware.Wallap.A) which, although ranked seventh in our chat, proves that adware is definitely on the rise. The downloaded file is “Update.apk” and the application is named “com.Security.Update” so that everyone will execute it when user assistance is prompted. Ranked eighth in our chart, this Trojan will probably fade out of existence unless more websites are hit by the same drive-by attacks.Your Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn usernames and passwords are still not safe, because Android.Hacktool.DroidSheep.A is still in our top ten malware chart. Headstrong and not going away, we still issue a warning to those in the habit of downloading bizarre and questionable apps from strange marketplaces.