Prosecutors Launch Investigation Into Company That Put Malware on Google Play Store
Italian government authorities have launched an inquiry into eSurv, a company that made spyware apps that it concealed as legitimate and innocuous-looking apps on the Google Play Store.
Google waited months to pull a "pray away the gay" app, LGBTQ group says
The app celebrated gay conversion therapy and disparaged the “destructive lifestyles” of LGBTQ people.
Head of Android Security Says Locking Out Law Enforcement Is an ‘Unintended Side Effect’
Google is taking steps to make it harder for someone to push a malicious update that disables the security features on an Android phone.
More Than 1 Million People Downloaded a Fake WhatsApp Android App
The Google Play Store is still filled with malicious copycats of legitimate ads.
Scammers Are Peddling Useless Anti-WannaCry Apps
Scammers are peddling Anti-WannaCry Android apps, but WannaCry only targets Windows.