Monthly Archives: September 2015

Apple has It’s First Major Attack on It’s App Store

Apple has had it's first major malware attack on it's app store. A malicious program was embedded into apps used by iPhone users in China. Apple has said that the applications haven been deleted from the App Store, but if the app is still on your phone then you may be affected. Apple has not released…
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New iPhone malware for jailbroken phones

At least 225,000 iPhone's have been compromised from a new iPhone malware dubbed "Key Raider", although it only affects phones that are jailbroken. Jailbreaking refers to removing the operating system hardware restrictions on an Apple devices. It allows the user to download non-Apple approved applications. “The average iPhone user is not affected by this,” said…
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Free Samsung Note 5 or Galaxy S6 Edge+ for iPhone users to try

Samsung’s Galaxy S6 and Note 5 both launched in recent months, but sales of the former have been well below expectations. Note 5 sales figures aren’t available yet, but the company is apparently hedging its bets. Samsung has unveiled a new promotion in which it will send you a Galaxy S6 Edge, S6 Edge+, or…
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