Kaspersky Lab has published its report on botnet DDoS attacks for Q1 2016 based on statistics gathered from Kaspersky DDoS Intelligence*.
eWeek.com, By Brian Prince
A new Web-based app store that allows Android users to remotely download apps to their phone increases the potential fallout of a compromised Google account, security experts say.
Some security vendors are raising the question whether the browser-based version of the Google Android market could open up opportunities for attackers.
Google recently launched a new version of the market that allows a device owner to search for, buy and install applications on their mobile device remotely over the Web from a desktopcomputer. To do this, all the user needs to do is log in to their Google account.
While the capability was meant as a nod to user convenience, some warn that the functionality increases the potential fallout if someone’s Google account is compromised.
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