NowSecure #MobSec5: Week of March 28

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This week's edition includes: a case in Brooklyn might force the FBI to tell Apple how it unlocked th
 
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NowSecure #MobSec5
This week’s edition includes: a case in Brooklyn might force the FBI to tell Apple how it unlocked the San Bernardino phone; details of SamDunk, an eMMC backdoor; attacking communications between mobile device management (MDM) solutions and managed devices; and more.

Articles
Apple could use Brooklyn case to pursue details about FBI iPhone hack | Reuters
SamDunk: An eMMC backdoor leading to bootloader unlock on Samsung Galaxy devices | Theroot.ninja
SideStepper IOS MDM Security Attack | Threatpost
Flaw in Truecaller Android App Leaves Data of Millions of Users Exposed | Softpedia
A slow path to a fast fix | LWN.net
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