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Latest figures reveal Australia has the highest percentage of mobile app threats detected and Australians are the most exposed to mobile threats on a per-device basis, according to the Look App Threats Map, a threat intelligence index by endpoint-to-cloud security Lookout.

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Password Management solution delivers proactive, seamless approach to protecting privacy and login credentials for consumers and businesses; Password Management market expected to reach $3 billion by 2026

COMPANY NEWS: Lookout, Inc., a leading provider of endpoint and cloud security solutions, today announced it has acquired SaferPass, an innovative password management company that provides secure online identity solutions for both consumers and businesses. By adding password management technology to its suite of security solutions, Lookout is expanding on its mission to deliver proactive protection and safeguard customer data for individuals and businesses.

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COMPANY NEWS: Lookout, a leading provider of endpoint and cloud security solutions, today announced it has acquired SaferPass, an innovative password management company that provides secure online identity solutions for both consumers and businesses. By adding password management technology to its suite of security solutions, Lookout is expanding on its mission to deliver proactive protection and safeguard customer data for individuals and businesses.

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Ivanti, the provider of the Ivanti Neurons automation platform that discovers, manages, secures and services IT assets from cloud to edge and endpoint-to-cloud security vendor Lookout, have announced they have joined forces to help organisations accelerate cloud adoption and mature their Zero Trust security posture in the “Everywhere Workplace.”

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Threat researchers from the San Francisco-based security firm Lookout say they have discovered four Android surveillance tools that have been used to target the ethnic Uighur population in China for many years.

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Security firm Lookout has found what it describes as a "well-obfuscated advertising plugin" that renders a device nearly unusable nestling within a number of Android applications on the Google Play store.

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Researchers from the security firm Lookout have found a version of the Exodus spyware that runs on iOS, with indications that it is made available through phishing sites that imitate mobile carriers from Italy and Turkmenistan.

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Researchers from the security firm Lookout say they have discovered malware families propagated by Pakistani sources that can infect both Android and iOS devices and are being used to steal information from government officials, diplomats, military personnel and activists.

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An advertising software development kit known as Igexin, that allowed spying through the use of malicious plugins, has been found in more than 500 apps on the Google Play store.

Published in Security
Friday, 26 August 2016 09:37

iOS 9.3.5 helps protect against spooks

iOS 9.3.5, released overnight, fixes three flaws exploited by government agencies to spy on individuals.

Published in Mobility

Hummer, Hummingbad, Shedun, Androis_Libskin, right_core … all do similar things. In fact, it has been discovered that they all have the same roots. And they are multiplying faster than rabbits in a good mood.

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Security firm Lookout has detected over 20,000 samples of trojanised adware masquerading as legitimate top Android apps, but only if you download them from third party stores.

Published in Security
Thursday, 10 November 2011 14:24

Telstra taps Lookout to protect Android devices

Telstra is offering technology from Lookout to offer security services to its mobile customers using Android smartphones and tablets.

Published in Mobility
Thursday, 29 July 2010 11:44

Is your smartphone a tattletale?

A security vendor claims many Android and iPhone apps are able to access sensitive data stored on the devices, and may be secretly sending it to remote servers.

Published in Mobility

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