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NowSecure #MobSec5 - Week of July 10

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Welcome to #MobSec5 - a weekly digest of the mobile security news that matters.Along with other items
 
July 14 · Issue #64 · View online
NowSecure #MobSec5

Welcome to #MobSec5 - a weekly digest of the mobile security news that matters.
Along with other items, this week’s edition includes:
  • Google moving away from SMS for two-factor authentication
  • Android app allegedly developed by CIA in 2013 intercepts SMS messages
  • Government employees want more mobile apps
Thanks for reading. Have a great weekend, be good, and stay safe.

Identifying Intrusive Mobile Apps Using Peer Group Analysis | Google Online Security Blog
Google to Start Urging SMS Two-Step Verification Users to Shift to Prompts | Gadgets 360
Virtualization could improve government productivity by four hours per week | Fedscoop
WhiteHat Security: Improving application security with DevSecOps | SD Times
Frida CodeShare: Building a Community of Giants | Cali Dog Security on Medium
Library injection for debuggable Android apps | John Kozyrakis
SpyDealer Malware Steals Private Data From Popular Android Apps | SecurityWeek.Com
This Android ransomware threatens to expose your browsing history to all your contacts | ZDNet
Almost half of IT security incidents are caused by company employees, report says | TechRepublic
The race for N-days: Why millions of us are still vulnerable to known exploits | ZDNet
Google’s New “Panic Mode” Should Be Part Of Every UI | Co.Design
Investigation Into Mexican Mass Disappearance Targeted with NSO Spyware | The Citizen Lab
Apple sets up China data center to meet new cyber-security rules | Reuters
Vault 7: CIA Developed Android Malware That Works as an SMS Proxy | Bleeping Computer
How to Uninstall Carrier/OEM Bloatware Without Root Access | XDA Developers
911 systems are outdated and being hacked, putting you at risk | News 5 Cleveland
It's just Android and iOS now as Windows Phone 8.1 says 'Goodbye' today | Android Authority
Smart home device calls cops during domestic dispute | CSO Online
Micro Market Vendor Warns of Bankcard And Biometric Data Breach | Threatpost
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