NowSecure #MobSec5 for the week of March 21

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This week's edition includes: news that someone other than Apple is helping the FBI try to unlock the
 
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NowSecure #MobSec5
This week’s edition includes: news that someone other than Apple is helping the FBI try to unlock the San Bernardino iPhone, slides from Guang Gong’s talk (@oldfresher) “Pwn a Nexus device with a single vulnerability,” an emergency security advisory for Android issued last week, and the release of iOS 9.3 patching 39 vulnerabilities.

Articles
The Apple-FBI Whodunit: Is Cellebrite Helping The Feds Crack The Locked iPhone? : All Tech Considered : NPR
Slides from "Pwn a Nexus device with a single vulnerability" from CanSecWest 2016
Vuln Disclosure: Why Security Vendors & Researchers Don't Trust Each Other
Android Security Advisory—2016-03-18
Details about the security content of iOS 9.3
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