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NowSecure #MobSec5 - Week of February 5

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Happy 20th birthday Open Source! In our way of celebrating, we're showcasing two of the best OSS proj
 
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NowSecure #MobSec5
Happy 20th birthday Open Source! In our way of celebrating, we’re showcasing two of the best OSS projects for mobile app security testing - R2 and Frida. Come learn about them on February 21!  >>>Register here: Top OSS for Mobile AppSec Testing: The Latest on R2 and FRIDA
Now, onto this week’s top mobile security news. This week’s #MobSec5 includes:
  • The Winter Olympics have begun, along with the cyberattacks that target the event
  • Google expands awards in their vulnerability reward program
  • iBoot source code for iOS9 leaked
Thanks for reading. Have a great weekend, be good, and stay safe.

Winter Olympic Cyberattacks Have Already Started—and May Not Be Over | WIRED
Key iPhone Source Code Gets Posted Online in 'Biggest Leak in History' | Motherboard
Vulnerability Reward Program: 2017 Year in Review | Google Online Security Blog
Study claims most businesses lack cyber expertise to prevent attacks | SC Magazine
T-Mobile Is Sending a Mass Text Warning of ‘Industry-Wide’ Phone Hijacking Scam | Motherboard
Chrome OS is almost ready to replace Android on tablets | The Verge
Consumer Reports finds Samsung, Roku TVs vulnerable to hacking | CNET
Fake Mobile Apps in Iran | Qurium Media Foundation
Most mobile health apps do not ensure privacy and security of users' personal data, study finds | News Medical
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