Brand new next-gen mesh wireless system blankets your home with Wi-Fi and blocks malware

Brand new next-gen mesh wireless system blankets your home with Wi-Fi and blocks malware

Know how you see mesh Wi-Fi systems mentioned everywhere you look these days? Well, there’s a reason for that: they’re awesome. Gone are the days of spotty wireless coverage, slow internet speeds due to interference, and service interruptions that aren’t fixed until you reboot your router. Now there’s mesh, which combines next-gen features like dynamic channel switching, and multiple access points for maximum range. The TP-Link Deco M5 Whole Home Wi-Fi System is the new kid on the block in the mesh wireless market, but it comes from a company…

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New Android Malware Samples Found Every 10 Seconds, Claims G Data

New Android Malware Samples Found Every 10 Seconds, Claims G Data

It is not a hidden fact that Android is not the safest mobile platform and that its open nature, which is also considered to be one of its biggest strengths, often gives room for vulnerabilities that can be exploited and compromise users’ security. G Data antivirus software firm has now discovered that the malware-infected applications are increasing at an alarming rate on Google’s mobile platform and at the current speed, 3.5 million new malware samples are expected to be discovered on the OS by the end of this year. G…

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Google, Lookout Detail ‘Chrysaor’ Android Malware, Related to Pegasus iOS Malware

Google, Lookout Detail ‘Chrysaor’ Android Malware, Related to Pegasus iOS Malware

Researchers at Google and mobile security firm Lookout have now discovered that infamous iOS spyware Pegasus, which was described as sophisticated and discovered last year, has now turned up on Android in the form of ‘Chrysaor’. Notably, the advanced form of malware can potentially give remote control of the device to the exploiter and even deletes itself, remove all traces. Before you start getting uneasy, Google has clarified that the infected apps that carried the malware were never made available through Google Play store. Further, Google said that it tried…

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New AceDeceiver Malware Affects Non-Jailbroken iOS Devices: Researchers

New AceDeceiver Malware Affects Non-Jailbroken iOS Devices: Researchers

Researchers claim to have found a new strain of malware that can infect a large pool of iPhone and iPad devices. The iOS malware, dubbed AceDeceiver, is said to affect non-jailbroken devices without the user’s knowledge. Apple has reportedly pulled three apps from the App Store that were believed to be from the AceDeceiver family. AceDeceiver was designed to exploit a flaw in Apple’s FairPlay digital rights management (DRM) protection mechanism, reports security firm Palo Alto Networks. The DRM technology protects unauthorised download of apps and other content on the…

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500 Million Android Devices Affected by ‘Accessibility Clickjacking’ Malware: Report

500 Million Android Devices Affected by ‘Accessibility Clickjacking’ Malware: Report

Mobile security firm Skycure has claimed that a new Android malware can allow malicious apps to access all text-based data on a device without requiring permission from the user. The research firm has further claimed that the latest Android malware family dubbed “Accessibility Clickjacking” impacts almost all Android versions except the last two versions – Android 5.0 Lollipop and Android 6.0 Marshmallow. It adds that Accessibility Clickjacking affects almost 65 percent of all Android devices “at this point” which turns out to be over 500 million Android devices. The research…

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