AdaptiveMobile presented with Network Management Excellence accolade at the Telecoms.com Awards 2014
AdaptiveMobile is delighted that it has been presented with the first ever ‘Network Management Excellence’ award at the Telecoms.com Awards 2014. AdaptiveMobile was recognised for its distinguished mobile network security services at the awards ceremony last night.
Over the last 24 hours we have seen a new variant of the Android ransomware known as Koler become active in the United States, and spreading via a new system. Koler has become 'Worm.Koler'.
We think that it is necessary to update our readers with a few additional facts and figures about Selfmite.b
The Android SMS worm Selfmite is back and more active than ever. We analyse Selfmite.b here.
The recent massive JP Morgan Chase Data breach has been reported at the same time as recent Chase Bank SMS phishing attacks in the US. We investigate whether they are related
Another wave of Snapchat spam indicates that Snapchat spam seems to be here for a while. We profile the different types of spam and ways in which Snapchat can deal with it.
Today, in partnership with telecoms and technology analyst Ovum, we have announced the results of a global enterprise mobility survey. The survey threw up some surprises and confirmed a few things we might have guessed to be true.
Bit.ly has recently been flagging links to appspam invites by glide as suspicious/dangerous. We profile the events that led us to this.
With the focus on the upcoming festive season and the Indian fascination for investing in Real Estate, spammers are smacking their lips. We have observe quite a lot of spam related to Real Estate and are expecting it to increase going forward.
This blog is a tool to help readers decipher such spamming tactics and not to get carried away.
A new Android SMS worm, Selfmite, detected in mobile networks.