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#MobSec5 for the week of August 29

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Here's what's on your weekend reading list: Reversing Apple's PEGASUS patchesR2con coming up next wee
 
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Here’s what’s on your weekend reading list:
  • Reversing Apple’s PEGASUS patches
  • R2con coming up next week and schedule published
  • Enhancing Cycript’s portability and performance with Frida
  • Why do the Golden State Warriors need access to your device’s microphone?
Thanks for reading, and we hope our U.S. readers enjoy their Labor Day weekend.

Cycript on steroids: Pumping up portability and performance with Frida | NowSecure Blog
r2con-2016 | Rada.re
PEGASUS iOS Kernel Vulnerability Explained | SektionEins GmbH
NBA's Golden State Warriors sued for 'mic snooping' mobile app | The Register
A new hacker money-making strategy: Betting against insecure companies on Wall Street | The Washington Post
Patch Fixes Nexus 5X Lock-Screen Bypass Vulnerability | Threatpost
Google is giving up on its plans for a modular phone | Recode
Samsung Will Replace Current Note7 with New One | Samsung Newsroom
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