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NowSecure #MobSec5 - Week of February 12

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Welcome to this week's digest of mobile security news that matters. Your fix of #MobSec5 includes: U.
 
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NowSecure #MobSec5
Welcome to this week’s digest of mobile security news that matters. Your fix of #MobSec5 includes:
  • U.S. intelligence agencies warn against using phones made by Chinese tech companies
  • New cybersecurity laws in New York to take effect
  • Spyware company’s servers get hacked - and wiped
Thanks for reading. Have a great weekend, be good, and stay safe.

Security lessons from the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics | CSO Online
Trusting third party SDKs | Felix Krause
The FBI, CIA and NSA say American citizens shouldn't use Huawei phones | CNN
Banks preparing for heightened New York cybersecurity laws to take effect | CyberScoop
A Hacker Has Wiped a Spyware Company’s Servers—Again | Motherboard
How Apple Plans to Root Out Bugs, Revamp iPhone Software | Bloomberg
Mountain of sensitive FedEx customer data exposed, possibly for years | Ars Technica
This new text bomb crashes most Mac and iOS apps with a single Unicode symbol | TechCrunch
Do Not, I Repeat, Do Not Download Onavo, Facebook’s Vampiric VPN Service | Gizmodo
Zelle users are getting scammed just like on Venmo | The Verge
How Chrome’s built-in ad blocker will work when it goes live tomorrow | TechCrunch
Facebook’s two-factor authentication system auto-posts replies on your profile | The Verge
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