T-Mobile released a statement on Thursday informing customers that it has experienced a data breach in which attackers were able to gain access to “certain information.”
A secret cellphone spying devices catalog leaked online
Someone in the Intelligence community leaked online a secret catalog of cellphone spying devices used by law enforcement.
Tech trade group objects to weakening smartphone encryption
The Information Technology Industry Council (ITIC) on Thursday objected to weakening encryption used on smartphones, even as some officials in Washington favor doing so.
BackStab Malware steals iOS and BlackBerry Backups
Security experts at Palo Alto Networks have uncovered a new strain of malware dubbed BackStab that steals local mobile data backups.
Millions of sensitive records exposed by mobile apps leaking back-end credentials
Thousands of mobile applications, including popular ones, implement cloud-based, back-end services in a way that lets anyone access millions of sensitive records created by users, according to a recent study.
Cisco patches permission hijacking issue in WebEx Meetings
The flaw allowed rogue apps to gain the same permissions as Cisco's app.
Flaw in the Android Gmail app opens to email spoofing attacks
A security loophole in the official Gmail Android app opens the email spoofing attacks allowing anyone to change the sender email name.