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Cybercriminals are increasingly targeting Google's Android operating system due to its popularity, so we spotlight 5 security apps that would help users in protecting their personal data and devices.
Virgin Mobile USA's method of making customers use a mobile number and a 6-digit password to log in to their accounts makes them easy to hack, according to one of the company's customers.
Only 3 in 5 users in country concerned about mobile cybercrime, more care about losing contact information than invasion of privacy, Symantec survey finds.
In a newly published research by Elcomsoft's researchers, the company argues that many of the mobile secure password managers aren't as secure by design, as originally thought of.
It has been revealed that popular iPhone photography app Hipstamatic is storing its log-in details, including usernames and passwords, in plain text within the app's preference list file.
Note: Use of Mobile Insight requires an enterprise license, log in and password.Mobile Insight is a real-time field team support, reporting...
The web giant has tested a new method for logging into computers, which drops old-fashioned passwords in favour of a QR code online that can be read by a mobile device
The feature basically offers DIY two factor authentication, with users having to not only enter their passwords, but also, the code that they receive on their mobile devices, or generate for themselves.
Description View and manage your existing Citibank accounts in the USA in a whole new way. Rich new displays and charts make it easier...
The release brings many features of Opera 10.1 desktop edition to users of Android-based handsets running OS 1.6 or higher
The controls make it possible to remotely administer ActiveSync-supporting smartphones without needing a dedicated enterprise mobile server
A partnership between ARM and the German security firm G&D could make it safer to enter usernames and passwords on mobile devices
Visa cardholders in the two economies are first in the world to use service providing mobile-based one-time passwords for purchases over the Internet.
Today, Ileana Buhan, a Romanian computer scientist, is presenting her PhD Thesis at the University of Twente in the Netherlands. She is using biometrics to protect confidential information when it is exchanged between two mobile devices. This is a very innovative approach to security. Buhan's biometric application will generate almost unbreakable passwords from photos taken by the connected users. Here is how it works. 'To do this, two users need to save their own photos on their PDAs. They then take photos of each other. The PDA compares the two photos and generates a security code for making a safe connection.' But read more if you're not convinced...
Mobile software Monday: eWallet 6 for Windows Mobile; bonus Ilium Software 11th birthday contests too
eWallet 6 is an essential tool for keeping your passwords and vital data secure and protected on your mobile devices, while also being readily accessible for your own use. In this day and age when everything seems to require a password and/or PIN it is getting to be almost impossible to remember them all unless you set them all to be the same, which is not a good idea in case one is compromised. The mobile version of eWallet 6 is compatible with Windows Mobile and Palm OS devices with a Windows PC companion product available too. You can easily create your secure data cards on your PC and sync the data across multiple devices. Ilium Software is also celebrating their 11th birthday with contests and major software discounts.
Researchers at England's Newcastle University have developed graphical passwords for mobile devices, and hope to expand the uses of the software.