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NowSecure #MobSec5 - Week of Jan. 23

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Hey y'all, For this last full week of January, we've got a cornucopia of mobile security news for you
 
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NowSecure #MobSec5

Hey y'all,
For this last full week of January, we’ve got a cornucopia of mobile security news for you.

This week’s issue of #MobSec5 includes:
  • What version of Android is the president’s smartphone running?
  • Update your i-devices now - iOS 10.2.1 patches 18 vulnerabilities
  • Encrypted messaging apps increasingly popular among politicians and their staff

Thanks for reading. Have a great weekend, be good, and stay safe.

The New iOS Update Fixes Big Security Holes, So Get It Now | WIRED
Donald Trump still using personal Android phone despite potential security risks | The Telegraph
Trump aides' use of encrypted messaging may violate records law | ZDNet
Tinker, Torrentor, Streamer, Spy: VPN privacy alert | CSIRO blog
New ‘Hummingwhale’ Android Malware Downloaded Millions Of Times, To Generate Fraudulent Ad-Click Revenue | Information Security Buzz
Charger Mobile Ransomware Removed from Google Play | Threatpost
Spynote RAT posing as Netflix plus other popular apps | SC Magazine
Google Rolls Out Instant Apps Feature For Android: Download And Run Apps Without Installing Them | Tech Times
Your Android device's Pattern Lock can be cracked within five attempts | Phys.org
Apple expected to replace Touch ID with two-step facial, fingerprint bio-recognition tech | Apple Insider
Google I/O 2017 will be held at the Shoreline Amphitheater from May 17-19 | Android Police
Four lesser-known WiFi security threats and how to defend against them | CSO
Heartbleed Persists on 200,000 Servers, Devices | Threatpost
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