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NowSecure #MobSec5 - Week of May 14th

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Your highlights from the mobile app security world this week including: NowSecure experts weigh in on
 
May 19 · Issue #104 · View online
NowSecure #MobSec5
Your highlights from the mobile app security world this week including:
  • NowSecure experts weigh in on ZipperDown vulnerability
  • Twitter’s new access system creates limits for 3rd party Twitter apps
  • Cell location service used by law enforcement breached
  • Phishing scam poses as proactive GDPR security measure
  • Technical details released for LocationSmart vulnerability 
  • Zuckerberg to meet with European Parliament as GDPR hits
  • And More!
Thanks for reading. Have a great weekend, be good, and stay safe.

Adventures in Remote Code Execution and Zip File Vulns — from Samsung and Vungle to ZipperDown | NowSecure
GDPR Phishing Scam Targets Apple Accounts, Financial Data | Threatpost
LocationSmart API Vulnerability | Robert Xiao
Deleted WHOIS Data: An Unintended Consequence of GDPR | SecurityWeek.Com
Twitter is going to make third-party apps worse starting in August | The Verge
Company used by police, prisons to find any mobile device breached (again) | Ars Technica
Reviewing Android Webviews fileAccess attack vectors | INTEGRITY Labs
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg to face members of European Parliament | CNN
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