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Tech Trade Asia , March 17, 2014, 12:00 AM

Enterprise security company Palo Alto Networks may be growing 46% year on year, but that's not enough - it is now focused on an even more aggressive growth curve, and partnering with mega tech distributor Ingram Micro to do it.

Palo Alto Networks had already built up a channel network since it first arrived in the Asia Pacific region four years ago, but the strategy to work with the world's largest distributor of computer and technology products is very much about getting to the next level, said Sharat Sinha, Vice President, Asia Pacific, Palo Alto Networks.  

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ComputerWorld UK | April 1, 2015, 12:00 AM

Governments and regulators must relax data-sharing rules for businesses if the fight against cyber attacks is to be won, according to Palo Alto Networks CTO and founder, Nir Zuk. 

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ComputerWorld UK | April 1, 2015, 12:00 AM

American retailer Columbia Sportswear will enhance its network security by deploying VMware NSX and an integrated firewall service from Palo Alto Networks, helping the company save millions of dollars as it moves to a software defined data centre approach.

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Wall Street Journal | March 31, 2015, 12:00 AM

Misery doesn’t just love company, it also breeds opportunity. For investors in cybersecurity firm Palo Alto Networks, the question is how much to pay for it.

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Investor's Business Daily | March 31, 2015, 12:00 AM

Palo Alto Networks got positive reviews from analysts Tuesday after rolling out a threat-intelligence subscription service and touting its evolving cybersecurity platform approach at its user conference and analyst day Monday in Las Vegas.

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StreetInsider.com | March 31, 2015, 12:00 AM

Palo Alto Networks and VMware today announced an expansion of their strategic partnership to address mobile security needs.

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Telecompaper | March 31, 2015, 12:00 AM

Enterprise security company, Palo Alto Networks has introduced its AutoFocus cyber threat intelligence service, a new offering that provides prioritised, actionable intelligence. 

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Computerwelt | March 30, 2015, 12:00 AM

Unit 42, the research department of Palo Alto Networks has discovered a new point-of-sale malware family of which since November 2014 already several variants were created.

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ITpro | March 30, 2015, 12:00 AM

NEC, a system that automatically isolates the internal terminal malware infection is suspected from the corporate LAN "cyber attack automatic defense solutions (next-generation firewalls cooperation)". A combination of next generation devices and firewalls SDN products, to automate the initial response at the time of malware infection detection.

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NDTV | March 26, 2015, 12:00 AM

Security researchers at Palo Alto Networks claim to have found a vulnerability in Android versions ranging from v2.3 (Gingerbread) to v4.3_r0.9 (Jelly Bean) that allows attackers to gain full access to compromised devices. The bug pertains to the fact that in vulnerable versions of Android there are no checks at the time of installation of whether an app's permissions actually match those advertised to the user during installation. The vulnerability only affects apps installed from third-party app stores.

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Newsmax | March 25, 2015, 12:00 AM

Research tech firm Palo Alto Networks wrote on its blog that it recently found the vulnerability, which it's calling "Android Installer Hijacking," and reported that it could affect as many as 49.5 percent of all current Android users.

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Hong Kong IT News | March 25, 2015, 12:00 AM

Leader in the field of corporate security Palo Alto Networks recently revealed Google's Android mobile operating system vulnerabilities prevalent detail, an attacker can hijack seemingly safe on the user device Android app -Android Kit (APK), and replaced the attacker selected applications in the user's knowledge.

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PCMag | March 25, 2015, 12:00 AM

Researchers with security firm Palo Alto Networks are warning Android users about a widespread vulnerability which could expose their devices to malware.

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Ars Technica | March 25, 2015, 12:00 AM

The "Android installer hijacking" vulnerability, as it has been dubbed by researchers from Palo Alto Networks, works only when apps are being downloaded from third-party app stores or when a user clicks on an app promotion advertisement hosted by a mobile advertisement library. 

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IT Fórum 365 Portal | March 25, 2015, 12:00 AM

Debate on safety in conversation with John Spilitotis of Palo Alto. Already very last time that antivirus was synonymous with security. In fact I think that only this type of solution has never been effective, even in the past. The threats, the motivations for invasions and theft of data, the characteristics of actions against individuals and companies have changed a lot and so defensive measures had to be reinvented.

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Komando | March 25, 2015, 12:00 AM

A report from security firm Palo Alto Network reveals that Google has known about a flaw that affects half of all Android gadgets for a year. The security flaw hasn't been fixed yet.

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Jiji | March 25, 2015, 12:00 AM

Mark McLaughlin Chief Executive Officer of security measures software development, such as the maker of rice Palo Alto Networks (California) (CEO) is the 16th, to counter the recent sophisticated the cyber attacks, the US government and of the security companies was revealed that they share such information with virus. I told a lecture in Tokyo. 

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CIO | March 25, 2015, 12:00 AM

Palo Alto Networks has discovered a widespread vulnerability in Google’s Android mobile operating system that allows attackers to hijack the installation of the Android Package File (APK) app on user devices and replace it with an app of the attacker’s choice.

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CSO | March 25, 2015, 12:00 AM

Researchers at Palo Alto Networks' (PAN) Unit 42 have disclosed the details behind a widespread vulnerability that impact 49.5 percent of the current Android base. The flaw enables attackers the ability to hijack the installation of an application, without the user's knowledge.

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UPI | March 25, 2015, 12:00 AM

The Android operating system has been affected by a bug downloaded through apps that can gather users' sensitive information.

Palo Alto Networks detected the breach and notified Google and Samsung so they may warn customers and remedy the problem.

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IT Media | March 25, 2015, 12:00 AM

There have been vulnerabilities discovered in Google's Android OS application. 

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China Byte | March 25, 2015, 12:00 AM

March 25, 2015, the enterprise leader in the field of security Palo Alto Networks recently revealed Google's Android mobile opeating system vulnerabilities prevalent detail, an attacker can hijack a user's Android device seemingly safe applications that Android installation package, in case of need to enter user information can be replaced by an attacker applications.

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Threat Post | March 24, 2015, 12:00 AM

The security firm Palo Alto Networks says it discovered a Time-of-Check to Time-of-Use vulnerability in Google’s Android operating system last year. Today’s research is their disclosure: an attack — dubbed Android installer hijacking – which exploits that bug, giving an attacker the ability to wrest control of application package files (APKs) while they install.

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Android Vulnerability Potential Divulging of Individual Information from Smartphone | March 24, 2015, 12:00 AM

Palo Alto Networks has discovered a widespread vulnerbaility in Android OS that permits an attacker to hijack the ordinary Android APK installation process. 

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Mobile Enterprise | March 24, 2015, 12:00 AM

Discovered by Palo Alto Networks’ threat researcher Zhi Xu, the vulnerability exploits a flaw in Android's "PackageInstaller" system
service—allowing attackers to silently gain unlimited permissions in compromised devices.

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CNBC | March 24, 2015, 12:00 AM

By exploiting the Android vulnerability, hackers can get access to users' usernames, passwords and other sensitive data. About 49.5 percent of current Android device users could be affected by the security loophole, according to cybersecurity firm Palo Alto Networks.