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How the Switcher Trojan uses Wi-Fi routers to spread

The Switcher Trojan spreads to Android devices through the wireless router to which they are connected. Expert Nick Lewis explains how this attack is carried out.


Android app security gets boost with Play Protect

News roundup: The new Google Play Protect system aims to improve Android app security. Plus, Google Cloud IoT Core adds layer of device security, and more.


Did Microsoft unnecessarily delay vulnerability patches?

Between patch delays and NSA disclosure issues, experts said the vulnerability remediation for WannaCry was poorly handled and caused more damage.

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How ending hot patching affects mobile app development

Apple now restricts mobile app developers from using hot patching, as the technique can change app behavior after it is reviewed. Expert Kevin Beaver goes over enterprise concerns.

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    A keylogger, sometimes called a keystroke logger or system monitor, is a type of surveillance technology used to monitor and record each keystroke typed on a specific computer's keyboard.

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