Google, unsurprisingly, is the biggest slurper of data around the world, a study by security outfit Kaspersky has found, with the search behemoth ahead of all other companies that track users by a massive margin. In the Australia and New Zealand region, DoubleClick on its own had 15.51% of the market, with Google Analytics taking 5.22%. Google AdSense 2.47%, Google AdWords 2.39% and YouTube Analytics 1.17%.
The number of people who have commercial sypware, also known as stalkerware, on their mobile phones has increased markedly in the first eight months of the year, rising to 518.223 cases, an increase of 373% over the corresponding period in 2018.
An Android banking trojan, that targets users of the Australian Government's my.gov.au site and also users of the National Australia Bank website, has been spotted by security firm Kaspersky, which claims the malware is adopting what it describes as "unusual" tactics.
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