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Well hello there! Welcome to your weekly digest of the mobile security news that matters -- #MobSec5.
 
August 7 · Issue #67 · View online
NowSecure #MobSec5

Well hello there!

Welcome to your weekly digest of the mobile security news that matters – #MobSec5.

This edition includes:
  • Infamous mobile banking malware family continues to evolve
  • Survey says security and privacy are key factors in users’ decisions to sign-up for mobile apps
  • Apple pulls VPN apps from the App Store in China
Thanks for reading. Have a great weekend, be good, and stay safe.

A new era in mobile banking Trojans | Securelist
Five new threats to your mobile device security | CSO Online
5 Ways to Improve the User Experience of Mobile App Onboarding | Clutch.co
Amazon suspends sales of BLU phones due to alleged spyware, BLU denies wrongdoing | Android Police
Defeating Samsung KNOX With Zero Privilege [Black Hat USA 2017 slides] | Speaker Deck
Reckless IV: Lawyers for Murdered Mexican Women’s Families Targeted with NSO Spyware | The Citizen Lab
The DEA Met With Controversial iPhone Hackers NSO Group | Motherboard
Announcing Nearby Connections 2.0: fully offline, high bandwidth peer to peer device communication | Android Developers Blog
Apple Removes Apps From China Store That Help Internet Users Evade Censorship | The New York Times
Destination PWND: Safes, ATMs, phones all fall to Vegas hax0rs | The Register
Google Wants Symantec Certificates Replaced Until Chrome 70 | SecurityWeek.Com
New Bill Seeks Basic IoT Security Standards | Krebs on Security
Nation-states are biggest cyber threat for drug and medical device makers | Help Net Security
Alexa, are you listening? | MWR Labs
Congress asks U.S. agencies for Kaspersky Lab cyber documents | Reuters
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