NowSecure #MobSec5 - Week of January 14





January 18 · Issue #136 · View online
NowSecure #MobSec5
With snowstorms expected to wallop the Midwest and Northeast this weekend, many people dream about warm, sunny days at the beach. Fortunate OWASP AppSec California 2019 conference attendees will take to the shores of Santa Monica, Calif., next week for talks and training about all things AppSec and DevSecOps.
NowSecure is pleased to be a platinum sponsor of the event. To get the most out of your visit, check out our recommendations of conference sessions to attend and be sure to stop by Table #9 to say hello to our team.
Your highlights for the week are as follows:
  • File explorer vuln exposed files on local network
  • Google polices app use of SMS and phone permissions
  • Microsoft Outlook Mobile approved for U.S. government
  • Malware tied to sensor activates when device moves
  • Fortnite vulnerability put player accounts at risk

ES File Explorer vulnerability allows an attacker on the same network to grab any file from your phone, but it’ll be fixed | XDA Developers
Google Play starts manually whitelisting SMS and phone apps | Ars Technica
Microsoft says all U.S. government customers are sanctioned to use Outlook Mobile | ZDNet
Sneaky motion-detection feature found on Android malware | CyberScoop
Fortnite Hacked: A Massive Loophole Made Hackers Take Over Your Accounts | Mobile App Daily
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