Researchers have found that the Chinese Baidu browser and apps based on its SDK transmit user's search terms, GPS coordinates, the addresses of websites visited and device's MAC or IMEI address to Baidu's servers without using SSL/TLS encryption or gaining the users permission.
Security vendor ESET has warned Android users of a new Android Trojan spreading via Facebook pages.
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