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#MobSec5 for the week of July 18

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In this week's edition you'll find:Stagefright for iOS? Not so fastAchieving baseband processor acces
 
July 22 · Issue #18 · View online
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In this week’s edition you’ll find:
  • Stagefright for iOS? Not so fast
  • Achieving baseband processor access
  • Hacking pass-codes with 3D printing
  • Identifying side-loaded apps on Android devices
  • And, as always, more
Thanks for reading.

Stagefright for iOS and OS X? Don't lower the curtain yet | Macworld
Salesforce will only support Nexus and Samsung Galaxy phones to avoid Android fragmentation | Recode
Heap memory corruption in ASN.1 parsing code | Programa STIC Team
Fitness Bands Struggle With Privacy; Leave Data Exposed - Infosecurity Magazine
Pokémon Go isn't the only app gathering data - Business Insider
Google Releases Final Developer Preview for Android Nougat | News & Opinion | PCMag.com
Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability in Qualcomm GPU Driver (CVE-2016-2468) | Code Aurora
Police 3D-printed a murder victim's finger to unlock his phone | The Verge
64bit Untether rewritten by FriedApple Team | GitHub
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