NowSecure #MobSec5 - Week of Nov. 7

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While the U.S. presidential election came and went without any disruptive cyber attacks, the mobile s
 
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NowSecure #MobSec5
While the U.S. presidential election came and went without any disruptive cyber attacks, the mobile security news cycle kept right on chuggin’.
The week’s mobile security news includes:
  • 1-900-I-HACKED-YOUR-MOBILE-APP
  • November Android security update did not have a Dirty COW
  • How to spot a fake Louis Vuitton…app
Thanks for reading. Have a great weekend, be good, and stay safe.

iOS WebView auto dialer bug | Mulliner.org
Android Security Bulletin—November 2016 | Android Open Source Project
Beware, iPhone Users: Fake Retail Apps Are Surging Before Holidays | The New York Times
Is Fingerprint Authentication Making The Password Problem Worse? | Dark Reading
When CSI meets public wifi: Inferring your mobile phone password via wifi signals | the morning paper
4G Cellular Networks At Risk Of DoS Attacks | Dark Reading
Boffins turn phone into tracker by abusing pairing with – that's right – IoT kit | The Register
Fears of Mirai botnet’s effects stretch well beyond Election Day | The Parallax
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