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NowSecure #MobSec5 - Week of May 29

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How's tricks? We've got a heaping helping of the mobile security news that matters for you this week.
 
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NowSecure #MobSec5
How’s tricks?
We’ve got a heaping helping of the mobile security news that matters for you this week.
This edition of #MobSec5 includes:
  • Google ups the ante for TrustZone, Verified Boot, and kernel exploits
  • Tickets now on sale for second annual conference celebrating Radare
  • Is the president still using a private cellphone?
Thanks for reading. Have a great weekend, be good, and stay safe.

Android Developers Blog: 2017 Android Security Rewards | Android Developers Blog
r2con-2017 | Radare.org
'Judy' Malware Potentially Hits Up to 36.5M Android Users | PCMag.com
Backend Servers for 1,000 Apps Expose Terabytes of User Data | Bleeping Computer
Security & Development: Better Together | Dark Reading
Trump's use of private cellphone raises security concerns | Associated Press
Shadow Brokers Launches 0-Day Exploit Subscriptions for $21,000 Per Month | The Hacker News
Your Car Could Be the Next Ransomware Target | Consumer Reports
Internet of snitches: anyone who can sniff 'Thing' traffic knows what you're doing | The Register
94% believe unsecured IoT devices could lead to 'catastrophic' cybersecurity attack | TechRepublic
Biker group charged with hacking hundreds of Jeeps, motorcycles in crime spree | ZDNet
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