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Is your mobile device spying on you?

Technologists have reported that malicious websites and dubious installed apps can be configured to spy on users of mobile devices by high jacking information collected from motion sensors.

5 ways your company website can get hacked

"I’d love for someone to hack my website!” said no one, ever. Murphy’s Law states that “anything that can go wrong, will go wrong.”

McAfee says Android has most malware, malicious attacks

McAfee released a report on Tuesday stating that Google's Android mobile operating system has seen a dramatic rise in malware attacks compared to other devices.

Over 50 malware-infected Android apps pulled out by Google

Over 50 different Android apps were pulled out by Google from the official Android App Market after they were discovered to contain malware, highlighting the vulnerability of the mobile app's openness.

Users Beware: Hackers Spamming Inboxes With Fake Politicial Scandal Emails

You receive an email saying candidate (insert candidate name) was in the Ukraine in 2007 having sex with Ukranian girls and you can even watch the video. Guaranteed to affect the presidential campaign. You click it and your computer has been hacked.
 

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Google will now show red warnings for sites infected with malware and other  unwanted software .
Google will now show red warnings for sites infected with malware and other "unwanted software".
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