NowSecure #MobSec5 - Week of May 1

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Hey-hello-hi,We're having a great time at THOTCON 0x8 this week in Chicago. Yesterday, a few NowSecur
 
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NowSecure #MobSec5

Hey-hello-hi,
We’re having a great time at THOTCON 0x8 this week in Chicago. Yesterday, a few NowSecure-ians made good progress hacking this year’s badge – we’ll see whether they make it to the finish line today.

Highlights from this week’s digest of mobile security news include:
  • German bank accounts drained via attack involving SS7 exploit
  • Justice Department probing Uber’s “Greyball” program
  • Phishing protections added to Gmail app for Android
Thanks for reading. Have a great weekend, be good, and watch out for mailbox fishing in real life.

Google adds phishing protection to Gmail on Android | TechCrunch
Android Security Bulletin—May 2017  |  Android Open Source Project
After years of warnings, mobile network hackers exploit SS7 flaws to drain bank accounts | The Register
The mobile app security hole that should keep bankers up at night | American Banker
DHS warns Congress of security threats to phones | TheHill
More Android phones than ever are covertly listening for inaudible sounds in ads | Ars Technica
Uber reportedly under federal investigation for Greyball tool | CNET
iOS 11: Everything We Know | MacRumors
Employees increasingly allowed to move data onto personal mobile devices | Help Net Security
[These are the Spanish geniuses of cybersecurity that sweep the world] | El Confidencial
The Jiu-Jitsu of Detecting Frida | Vantage Point Blog
A follow-up on how to store tokens securely in Android | Enrique López Mañas on Medium
Dozens of popular iPhone apps are still exposing your login details | ZDNet
iOS Dualboot | Nyan Satan
Why Is Ford Dancing with BlackBerry? | Market Realist
Proposed NIST Password Guidelines Soften Length, Complexity Focus | Threatpost
NSA collected Americans' phone records despite law change: report | Business Insider
Hackers Are Remotely Controlling Industrial Robots Now | Motherboard
Smart Cities Are Going to Be a Security Nightmare | Harvard Business Review
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