#MobSec5 for the week of August 1

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Welcome to your "Hacker Summer Camp" edition of #MobSec5.The seminal infosec conferences of the summe
 
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Welcome to your “Hacker Summer Camp” edition of #MobSec5.
The seminal infosec conferences of the summer, Black Hat USA and DEF CON, occurred this week resulting in a flurry of mobile security news. Black Hat is a wrap, but DEF CON is just getting started and continues through the weekend (schedule of talks).

We couldn’t find an index of Black Hat’s “Android, iOS, and Mobile Hacking” talk track that included links to both abstracts AND - where available - associated slides, whitepapers, and source code; so we created one right here for you! Below the list you’ll find your regularly scheduled dose of the week’s mobile security news.

Apple Releases iOS 9.3.4 With Important Security Fix [Update: Jailbreak Patched] - Mac Rumors
Android Security Bulletin—August 2016 | Android Open Source Project
Apple is launching an invite-only bug bounty program | The Verge
How Bugs Lead to a Better Android | Threatpost
Hackers break into Telegram, revealing 15 million users' phone numbers | VentureBeat
Here's How to Overcome Newly Discovered iPhone Ransomware | Fortune
Dashlane, Google launch ‘OpenYOLO,’ an API-based password project for Android apps | TechCrunch
Needle iOS security testing tool to be unveiled at Black Hat Arsenal - Help Net Security
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