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A popular analytics platform has been secretly installing root certificates on mobile devices so it can suck up users’ data from its 20 or more ad-blocker and virtual private network (VPN) mobile apps, according to a BuzzFeed News investigation. Both Google and Apple have hosed down their app stores to cleanse them of at least...
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Google’s Play Protect anti-malware tool is bottom of the league when compared to its main rivals, according to the latest findings from AV-Test. The independent testing body found that the Google tool, which is built-in to newer Android devices, was able to detect only around a third of malware, allowing thousands through. AV-Test argued that...
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To most iOS users, pasteboard is simply part of the way to copy and paste data from one place to another. You take a picture, fancy sharing it with friends, and your phone uses the pasteboard to move the image to the desired app. Now an app developer called Mysk has discovered pasteboard’s dark side...
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You know those ads that obscure your whole screen when you’re trying to make a phone call, unlock your device or use your phone’s GPS? Technically, they’re called disruptive or out-of-app ads, and they maddeningly pop up outside of the app that hosts them, sometimes causing users to mistakenly click them, thereby frustrating users and...
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Google has removed almost 600 Android apps from its Play Store for violating its policy on disruptive advertising. The tech giant has not only removed the titles from the Android marketplace but also banned them from Google AdMob and Ad Manager, meaning their developers will not be able to monetize them on its platforms. The...
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Several mobile apps such as Grindr, OKCupid and Tinder have been found to be leaking personal information to advertising tech companies in possible violation of European data privacy laws, an investigation by a Norwegian consumer group has discovered. As stated in the Out of Control report, the Norwegian Consumer Council, a government-funded non-profit group, commissioned...
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Four months after fleeceware’s initial exposure, Android users who purchase “subscriptions” to apps from the Google Play Store are still at risk of being ripped off. Fleeceware hit the news in September 2019, when researchers at SophosLabs showed how some app publishers were using a sneaky business model to drastically overcharge Android users for basic services. ...
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Global rights groups have joined forces to demand that Google tackles the problem of budget Android smartphones pre-installed with privacy infringing apps that users can’t remove. Over 50 organizations, including the UK’s Privacy International, today asked the tech giant to stop manufacturers and other Android partners from delivering devices that could undermine user privacy and security....
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