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Smartphones Under Siege

14 March, 2011
Whatever operating system it is running, your smartphone needs constant up-to-date protection as cyber criminals opt for easy targets that often contain valuable information

Anti-virus software vendor ESET commented today on a malicious application cleaning tool designed for Android phones that has been hijacked to deliver suspicious code. ESET warns users to be on their guard against fake security software for smartphones. Read more about the Fake Google tool for Android


Patching is something that all Windows users are all too familiar with and IT security vendor is now advising the same level of vigilence for iPhone Users with advice on installing the latest patch to the iOS 4.3 operating system used by the smartphone in order to prevent it from becoming hacked. Read about iOS 4.3 OS patching

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