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Charger mobile ransomware steals contacts and SMS messages
Check Point’s mobile security researchers have discovered a new ransomware in Google Play, dubbed Charger. Charger was found embedded in an app called EnergyRescue. The infected app steals contacts and SMS messages from the user’s device and asks for admin permissions. If granted, the ransomware locks the device and displays a message demanding payment. Researchers detected and quarantined the Android device of an unsuspecting customer employee who had unknowingly downloaded and installed Charger. The early … More
Cognosec enters exclusive agreement to acquire UK-based A-tek Distribution Limited
Cognosec AB (publ) (“Cognosec” or “The Company”), (Nasdaq: COGS), a leading supplier of cyber security solutions with operations in Europe, Africa and the Middle East, has signed an exclusive agreement with A-tek Distribution, a UK-based company specialising in the sale and digital distribution via innovative portal technologies of cyber security solutions, products and services. The acquisition is in line with Cognosec’s strategy to expand business areas to cover the sale and distribution of software technologies... Source: RealWire
BlackBerry 'Mercury' comeback phone confirmed for late February - CNET
The date is set. On February 25 we'll see what the newest keyboard-equipped BlackBerry brings to the table.
Apple's iOS 10.3 beta hits with cricket scores, 'Find My AirPods' - CNET
And the MacOS Sierra 10.12.4 developer beta brings Night Shift to Macs to change the displays to a warmer color.
This guy rode a jet ski up his flooded California street - CNET
It rained so hard in a California neighborhood a professional water sports athlete was able to take his jet ski for a run along the gutter.
CNET asks: What's your take on the Samsung Galaxy Note 8? - CNET
Samsung has answers to your burning Galaxy Note 7 questions, but we want to know what you think of the phone's aftermath.
Google hints at Chrome OS coming to tablets - CNET
The software that powers Google's laptops will likely come to tablets, as Google makes a big push in schools.
Deceptive' phone-breathalyzer maker must refund $5.1 million - CNET
The Federal Trade Commission calls out the company for claiming its breathalyzer hardware and app could accurately tell people if they were sober enough to drive.
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