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NowSecure #MobSec5 - Week of January 7

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January 11 · Issue #135 · View online
NowSecure #MobSec5
Are you new to mobile application security testing? Market noise can make it difficult to evaluate tools and sniff out the veracity of various vendor claims. Inspired by a Department of Defense guide called “Detecting Agile BS,” we sought to provide a similar resource for security analysts, developers and managers.
To sort the wheat from the chaff, consult our blog for a list of core capabilities and key questions to ask of your prospective vendors of static and dynamic mobile appsec testing tools.
Your highlights for the week are as follows:
  • Los Angeles sues maker of the Weather Channel app
  • Discover practical examples for getting started with R2Frida
  • Google Play suspends 85 adware-laden apps
  • Analysis uncovers WhatsApp vulnerability
  • Facebook can’t be deleted from some Samsung smartphones

L.A. Sues the Weather Channel Over Location Data | CityLab
enovella/r2frida-wiki: This repo aims at providing practical examples on how to use r2frida | GitHub
85 Adware Apps in Google Play Installed 9 Million Times | Bleeping Computer
New WhatsApp bug may have been discovered, exposes message history in plain text | Piunika Web
Facebook App Can't Be Deleted From Certain Samsung Phones | Bloomberg
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