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Hi there! No-bunny compares to our #MobSec5 readers. Bad puns aside -- we appreciate each and every o
 
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NowSecure #MobSec5

Hi there!
No-bunny compares to our #MobSec5 readers. Bad puns aside – we appreciate each and every one of you.
Now let’s get this egg rolling [groan] with your weekly basket [can’t help ourselves] of mobile security news that matters.
In this edition you’ll find:
  • Part two of pwning mobile devices over Wi-Fi
  • Funny videos lead to unfunny theft of mobile banking credentials
  • FDA threatens manufacturer of connected medical devices with seizure, injunction, and fines due to security vulnerabilities
Thanks for reading. Have a great weekend, be good, and stay safe.

Project Zero: Over The Air: Exploiting Broadcom’s Wi-Fi Stack (Part 2) | Google Project Zero
Android Trojan Targeting Over 420 Banking Apps Worldwide Found On Google Play Store | The Hacker News
FORTIFY in Android | Android Developers Blog
Phone Hack Uses Sensors To Steal PINs | Threatpost
How the Denver Police Crack and Search Cell Phones | Motherboard
Groups Say NIST Must Better Address Healthcare’s Cyber Needs | GovInfoSecurity
Business lobby pushes back on NIST Framework measurement plans | CyberScoop
FDA threatens action against medical device-maker over poor cybersecurity | TheHill
Stories From Two Years in an IoT Honeypot | Threatpost
Cyber Losses Testing Insurance Policy Boundaries | Insurance Journal
Qualcomm ordered to pay out nearly a billion dollars to BlackBerry over royalty dispute | Android Police
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