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Welcome to your weekly batch of mobile security news that matters -- #MobSec5. This week's edition in
 
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NowSecure #MobSec5
Welcome to your weekly batch of mobile security news that matters – #MobSec5.
This week’s edition includes:

  • Will 2017 be the year the courts resolve arguments over the release of private, encrypted data to law enforcement agencies?
  • Just how easy would it be to hack the Android device that the president is rumored to be using?
  • May not do cyber EO today. May listen to ideas today first.”
Thanks for reading. Have a great weekend, be good, and stay safe.

FBI v. Apple: One year later, it hasn’t settled much | CSO Online
Hacker Dumps iOS Cracking Tools Allegedly Stolen from Cellebrite | Motherboard
Hunting for evidence, Secret Service unlocks phone data with force or finesse | CSMonitor.com
Trump Cyber Executive Order Calls for 60-Day Review | Threatpost
Here’s how easy it is to hack Donald Trump’s phone | The Verge
Device Security Patch Tracker | AndroidTamer-KB
Mobile security firm offers cash to hackers for their old exploits | Computerworld
The future of iOS is 64-bit only: Apple to stop support of 32-bit apps | Macworld
Mobile 2.0 | Benedict Evans
FTC, reigning in data actions, is urged to drop D-Link case | Cyberscoop
Internet of Things (IoT) security and privacy risks are real—and I hacked my coffee machine to prove it | Quartz
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