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December 13 · Issue #36 · View online
NowSecure #MobSec5
Forgive us! We’re sending last week’s edition of #MobSec5 to our Revue subscribers a few days late. You can always catch #MobSec5 on the NowSecure Blog where you can also subscribe to the NowSecure e-mail list for even more mobile security resources and insight.
Last week’s digest of mobile security news included:
  • Slaughtering Dirty COW in Android
  • Devs, get yer ATS in gear!
  • Not a lot of Nougat
Thanks for reading.

Android Security Bulletin—December 2016 | Android Open Source Project
10 steps to stop hackers from taking over the President-elect’s phone | CyberScoop
Nougat only at .4%, while Android 6.0 becomes most used version in December | 9to5Google
Vast Majority of iOS Apps Fail to Meet Apple's Encryption Requirements | eWeek
Corporations Cite Reputational Damage As Biggest Cyber Risk | Dark Reading
Statement by the President on the Report of the Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity |
Researchers Find Fresh Fodder for IoT Attack Cannons | Krebs on Security
Never Ever (Ever) Download Android Apps Outside of Google Play | WIRED
Two-Year Google Study Validates 2SV Security Keys | Mobile ID World
Biometric authentication growing for mobile devices, but security needs work | GCN
Let your loved ones know you’re safe with our new personal safety app | Google
EFF Blasts DEA in Ongoing Secret ‘Super Search Engine’ Lawsuit | Threatpost
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