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#MobSec5 for the week of June 20

Thanks for reading.This week's #MobSec5 includes:LG makes it easier to report security bugsApple leav
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This week’s #MobSec5 includes:
  • LG makes it easier to report security bugs
  • Apple leaves kernel unencrypted in preview version of iOS 10
  • FFIEC tells credit unions to plan for mobile security
  • And more

LG Opens Website for Mobile Security Content | LG Newsroom
Apple Now Says It Meant to Open Up iPhone Code | MIT Technology Review
Compliance: CUs need plan for mobile payment security | CUNA News
Mobile Triada and Horde Variants Bypass Android Security | Threatpost
New settings for 2-Step Verification | Google Apps Updates
T-Mobile Employee Stole and Tried to Sell Customer Data |
BYOD can pose privacy risks to employees | CSO Online
Mobile Advertising Network InMobi Settles FTC Charges It Tracked Hundreds of Millions of Consumers’ Locations Without Permission | Federal Trade Commission
Exploiting Recursion in the Linux Kernel | Google Project Zero
'Godless' Malware Is Attacking Android Devices |
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