Kaspersky Lab has warned it's users that new malware is being used to download adware onto Android devices through Messenger.
Symantec has reported that Indian government and military officials are being targeted by a potentially state-sponsored malware attack.
According to new allegations, Uber has been secretly tracking iPhone users through the Uber app.
It's become abundantly clear that with the rapid adoption of smartphone usage has come a breakdown of the walls that used to surround our privacy rights.
The new malware is called Faketoken and it can track data through over 2,000 different apps.
A number of VPNs removed from the Chinese iOS app store have been part of China's attempts to tighten up their great firewall.
If you're still using Adobe Flash player on your smartphone, you should stop using it right now. It has quickly become a target for thousands of malicious organizations across the world.
SMS tracking malware made it's way into the Google Play Store.
Historically, an SMS tracker could be used to track messages sent and received on cellular devices. These days, however, smartphone apps are available to track SMS messages, social media activity, and much more.
Are your SMS messages being tracked? With constant emerging threat to our privacy online, it's very understandable why you may be worried about what's being shared about you without your consent.