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NowSecure #MobSec5 - Week of May 28th

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Your highlights from the mobile app security world this week include: Apple accepts Telegram updates
 
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Your highlights from the mobile app security world this week include:
  • Apple accepts Telegram updates that were previously delayed due to Russian ban
  • Researchers explain steps to bypass’s Apple’s device protections for iOS 11.3.1
  • New Android App Bundle leverages Dynamic Delivery to simplify submission process for developers
  • Google releases encryption attack protection strategy for Google Pixel 2 devices
  • What to expect at Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) next week
  • The U.S. State Department releases cyber threat protection recommendations to the President 
  • And more!
Thanks for reading. Have a great weekend, be good, and stay safe.

iOS jailbreak internals (1): Remount rootfs after iOS 11.3 | Weibo
Telegram CEO thanks Apple for allowing it to ship first app update since March | 9to5Mac
Apple’s WWDC 2018: iOS 12, macOS, and what else to expect | The Verge
How Android App Bundles and Dynamic Delivery will change the way your phone gets its software | Android Police
Recommendations to the President on Deterring Adversaries and Better Protecting the American People From Cyber Threats | U.S. Department of State
Disabling SSL pinning by hooking SecTrustEvaluate(...) on iOS 11 | @kov4l3nko
How spies can use your cellphone to find you – and eavesdrop on your calls and texts too | The Washington Post
Insider Attack Resistance | Android Developers
Encrypting for Apple's Secure Enclave | Darth Null
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