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Your highlights from the mobile app security world this week include: App Store stats released ahead
 
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NowSecure #MobSec5
Your highlights from the mobile app security world this week include:
  • App Store stats released ahead of 10th anniversary
  • Samsung Messages app erroneously sending pics to random contacts
  • American Hospital Association raises concerns over using mobile apps without proper security protocols in place
  • Prior to February 2018, Tinder photos were unencrypted 
  • The staff from those third-party apps connected to your Gmail may have permission to read your emails
  • Google rolls out third beta of Android P, official Android 9.0 launch on the horizon
  • 2018 Android Security Bulletin now available
  • Weak password protocols confirmed as root cause of Gentoo Github takeover
  • And More!

Apple shares new App Store stats ahead of its 10th anniversary | The Verge
A Bug in Samsung's Default Texting App Is Sending Random Pics to Other People | Gizmodo
Tinder user photos are now encrypted | Engadget
Android 9.0 inches closer to launch as Android P Beta 3 rolls out | BGR
AHA to CMS: Industry needs more secure mobile apps | Health Data Management
Gmail messages 'read by human third parties' | BBC News
Android Security Bulletin—July 2018 | Android Open Source Project
Predictable password blamed for Gentoo GitHub organisation takeover | ZDNet
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