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NowSecure #MobSec5 - Week of March 26

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This week's #MobSec5 includes these topics and more! TLS 1.3 internet secrecy protocol approvedCrypto
 
March 30 · Issue #97 · View online
NowSecure #MobSec5
This week’s #MobSec5 includes these topics and more!
  • TLS 1.3 internet secrecy protocol approved
  • Cryptojackers inject malware via app for mining power
  • iOS 11 native camera now scans QR codes
  • Life Storage introduces AI powered storage bot, Howie
  • U.K. actions ignite individual mobile data privacy rights and criminal investigations discussions
Four out of five topics above are true.  One is an early prank pulled from CNET’s compilation of early April Fool’s Day pranks the internet has to offer thus far.  Can you guess which one?  Some are pretty clever, more internet shenanigans are surely to come.
Thanks for reading. Have a great weekend, be good, and stay safe.

World celebrates, cyber-snoops cry as TLS 1.3 internet crypto approved | The Register
Google starts blocking “uncertified” Android devices from logging in | Ars Technica
New Android Cryptojacker Can Brick Phones | Dark Reading
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi accused of spying on citizens using official smartphone app | The Independent
iOS camera QR code URL parser bug | infosec.rm-it.de
U.K. police mobile device extraction tech raises eyebrows, study | SC Magazine
LG Releases webOS Open Source Edition Optimized for Raspberry Pi 3 | CNXSoft – Embedded Systems News
Android Security Bulletin March 2018: What you need to know | TechRepublic
Apple event: New iPad revealed after Tim Cook's speech on education | CNBC
How to see what hidden APIs apps are using in Android P | XDA Developers
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