Chrome devices have become much more appealing to business and public sector users now that Microsoft is allowing owners to use the Office suite for Android on their machines.
Android owners urged to switch off MMS after Stagefright scareby Jason Murdock 29 Jul 2015
Android users are being warned to switch off the MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) features on their phone following the discovery of the Stagefright exploit that has left up to 95 percent of all Android devices open to attack by hackers.
Samsung, LG and Google have pledged to provide monthly security updates for smartphones running the Android operating system.
In July, a major bug was discovered in the software that could let hijackers access data on up to a billion phones.
Check Point have highlighted a previously unknown vulnerability in Android that affects hundreds of millions of devices from major manufacturers such as LG, Samsung, HTC and ZTE.
Their mobile research team has revealed details about “Certifi-gate” – a new threat that leaves millions of Android devices exposed to cyber criminals.