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Published By: ESET     Published Date: Sep 07, 2011
This paper gives some examples of "potentially unwanted" and "potentially unsafe" applications, explaining how they differ from out-and-out malware.
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eset, pua, potentially unwated application, software, unsafe, antivirus, unwanted, malware, anti spyware, anti virus, application security, security management, security policies, vulnerability management
    
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Published By: Webroot Inc     Published Date: Aug 27, 2015
In the past year, Webroot encountered tens of millions of instances of malware and potentially unwanted applications (PUAs), monitored billions of IP addresses and URLs, analyzed millions of new and updated mobile apps for malicious behavior, and studied major malware trends based on data from millions of endpoints. This report contains insights, analysis, and information on how collective threat intelligence can protect organizations from sophisticated attacks.
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malware, unwanted applications, malicious behavior, threat intelligence, security
    
Webroot Inc
Published By: Symantec Corporation     Published Date: Feb 25, 2014
Android is on the rise. Unfortunately, popularity can also bring unwanted attention. While Android fans love the fact that it is an open development platform that offers developers the ability to build extremely rich and innovative applications, the same open nature of the Android platform is what makes it so attractive to malware creators. It’s high time for Android developers to increase their awareness of the pitfalls awaiting their users. This white paper focuses on the value of secure code signing practices for building more secure Android apps.
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android, malware, android apps, secure code signing, symantec, application security, security policies, mobile device management
    
Symantec Corporation
Published By: Symantec Corporation     Published Date: Jun 24, 2014
Android is on the rise. Unfortunately, popularity can also bring unwanted attention. While Android fans love the fact that it is an open development platform that offers developers the ability to build extremely rich and innovative applications, the same open nature of the Android platform is what makes it so attractive to malware creators. It’s high time for Android developers to increase their awareness of the pitfalls awaiting their users. This white paper focuses on the value of secure code signing practices for building more secure Android apps.
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security, android, applications, code signing, software, developer, apps, software development
    
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