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NowSecure #MobSec5 - Week of Feb. 6

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NowSecure #MobSec5

Howdy,
Welcome to your RSA Conference Eve edition of #MobSec5, which includes:
  • A number of remote-code-execution and privilege-elevation vulnerabilities in this month’s Android Security bulletin
  • So really, which is more secure – Android or iOS?
  • Samsung batteries continue to burn: “Nothing to see here. Please disperse.”
If you’ll be there, come see NowSecure at RSA Conference 2017 at booth N3334 in the North Expo Hall.
Thanks for reading. Have a great weekend, be good, and stay safe.

Android Security Bulletin—February 2017 | Android Open Source Project
Enterprise Android Vs iOS: Which is More Secure? | Dark Reading
Most Mobile VPNs Have Major Security Concerns | WIRED
The Promise & Peril Of The App Era | Dark Reading
Popular hacker warkit Metasploit now hacks hardware and cars | The Register
Consortium Publishes Manifesto on Autonomous Vehicle Security | Threatpost
Why mobile will determine the future of IT | Network World
A Russian Slot Machine Hack Is Costing Casinos Big Time | WIRED
Lifting the (Hyper) Visor: Bypassing Samsung’s Real-Time Kernel Protection | Google Project Zero
Race condition leads to double free of the allocated memory in actuator driver (CVE-2016- 8412) | Code Aurora
T-Mobile is rolling out Feb. 2017 security patches to the Galaxy S4 and Tab 3, their first updates since 2015 | Android Police
Samsung Discarded and Faulty Batteries Cause Factory Fire in China | Observer
SSL Kill Switch and the iOS 10 Network Stack | In Security
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