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Google recently removed 145 applications from Google Play after they were found to carry malicious Windows executables inside, Palo Alto Networks reveals. Most of the infected applications, Palo Alto's researchers say, were uploaded to the application store between October and November 2017 and remained there for over half a year. Google removed all of them after being alerted on the issue.  While not representing a threat to the Android users who downloaded and installed them, the mali...

Juniper Networks added features to its security platform that more tightly integrate the analytics and remediation technology Juniper acquired from Cyphort last year. It’s part of a move by the vendor — and the larger cybersecurity sector — to unify security products and capabilities into a single platform. “Security platforms are the direction that all buyers of most of the established network security players (Cisco, Juniper, Palo Alto Networks, Fortinet, Checkpoint) ar...

SD-WAN provider Aryaka rolled out a new platform, called Passport, providing its customers with as many as six layers of security. The added layers of security come from Aryaka’s security partners, including Palo Alto Networks, Radware and Zscaler. The security layers that make up Passport provide protection against different threats. Radware’s Hybrid Cloud Attack Mitigation, for example, helps deter DDoS attacks. Aryaka’s edge devices also include built-in security next-genera...

Palo Alto Networks announces a cloud-based application framework the company claims will enable its security platform to disrupt and change the security industry completely within a decade. The Palo Alto Networks Application Framework extends the capabilities of the Palo Alto Next-Generation Security Platform to enable organisations to implement innovative cloud-based security applications from any provider, large or small. According to the company, this framework represents a game-changing evol...


Imperva's (IMPV) fourth-quarter earnings and revenue beat late Wednesday sent its stock up along with shares of other computer software security firms such as Palo Alto Networks (PANW) and Fortinet (FTNT). Imperva, which has been cutting costs, reported Q4 earnings per share minus items of 32 cents, up 60% from the year-earlier period and blowing past Wall Street estimates of just a 2-cent profit. Revenue rose 8% to $78.4 million vs. consensus estimates of $70.2 million....



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