- ‘Godless’ Malware Is Attacking Android Devices. From PC Magazine. Researchers at Trend Micro recently discovered new Android-based malware called Godless, which targets devices running Android Lollipop or earlier. As Trend Micro points out, that covers almost 90 percent of Android devices. “Based on the data gathered from our Trend Micro Mobile App Reputation Service, malicious apps related to this threat can be found in prominent app stores, including Google Play, and has affected over 850,000 devices worldwide,” the company said in a statement.
- Data breach possible for users of Annapolis parking garages. From Capital Gazette. Malware was discovered on parking garage servers that officials believe could have stolen credit and debit card information from transient parkers using the city’s three garages. The breach is still under investigation, but officials believe it could have impacted anyone using those parking facilities between Dec. 23 and June 11. These servers handle payments for Noah Hillman, Gott’s Court and Knighton Garages.