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Welcome to your weekly ledger of mobile security news - the NowSecure #MobSec5 What a week it was. Th
 
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NowSecure #MobSec5

Welcome to your weekly ledger of mobile security news - the NowSecure #MobSec5
What a week it was. This edition includes:
  • ICYMI, the CIA knows how to compromise mobile phones
  • So, patch your Android devices with Google’s March security update
  • While you fathom the fact that Android is close to beating out Windows as the most used operating system in the world
Thanks for reading. Have a great weekend, be good, and stay safe.

WikiLeaks publishes huge trove of CIA spying documents in 'Vault 7' release | The Independent
Android Security Bulletin—March 2017 | Android Open Source Project
Android challenges Windows as world’s most popular operating system in terms of internet usage | StatCounter Global Stats
Zero Days, Thousands of Nights: The Life and Times of Zero-Day Vulnerabilities and Their Exploits | RAND
Consumer Reports Launches Digital Standard to Safeguard Consumers’ Security and Privacy in Complex Marketplace | Consumer Reports
Uber Allowed Chinese Partner to Track Location of Users Around the Globe, Study Finds | Inc.com
How anyone could have used Uber to ride for free! | Anand Prakash
Sneaky adware exploits Android users with precision targeting | ZDNet
Didi has opened a self-driving lab in the U.S. with famed Jeep hacker Charlie Miller | Recode
Samsung Internet Beta now available without sign up | Samsung Internet Developers
Why Does It Take So Long to Hear About Cyberattacks? | The Atlantic
The best response to some cyberattacks may be to ignore them | Science
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