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NowSecure #MobSec5 - Week of November 13

Happy Thanksgiving!A quick note -- #MobSec5 will go on hiatus next week because of the holiday. To ti
November 17 · Issue #82 · View online
NowSecure #MobSec5
Happy Thanksgiving!
A quick note – #MobSec5 will go on hiatus next week because of the holiday. To tide you over, we’ve collected an extra-large serving of the mobile security news that matters this week.
This edition of the NowSecure #MobSec5 includes:
  • NowSecure team discovers password for backdoor in OnePlus mobile devices
  • Apple iPhone X Face ID allegedly hacked using $150 mask
  • iOS exploits more cost-effective than Android exploits from attacker’s POV?
Thanks for reading. Have a great weekend, be good, and stay safe.

OnePlus Phones Have an Unfortunate Backdoor Built In | WIRED
Apple iPhone X's Face ID Hacked (Unlocked) Using 3D-Printed Mask | The Hacker News
Lock it up! New hardware protections for your lock screen with the Google Pixel 2 | Google Online Security Blog
Frequent Software Releases, Updates May Injure App Security | Dark Reading
Mobile Pwn2Own 2017 Results and the Economics of Mobile Exploits | Zuk Avraham via Medium
Researchers Hack Car Infotainment System and Find Sensitive User Data Inside | Motherboard
Trump administration releases rules on disclosing cyber flaws | Reuters
Beijing Delays Bug Reports While Hackers Exploit Flaws — Report | Infosecurity Magazine
10 things you might be doing wrong when using the SafetyNet Attestation API | Android Developers Blog
BlueBorne RCE on Android 6.0.1 (CVE-2017-0781) [English] | JesuX Blog
Screen Capture via UI Overlays in MediaProjection | MWR Labs
Google is Threatening to Remove Apps with Accessibility Services from the Play Store | XDA Developers
How Secure Messaging, Texting Benefit Healthcare Providers | HealthIT Security
Android security: Sneaky three-stage malware found in Google Play store | ZDNet
Buyers beware: Research finds almost 1,500 fake 'Black Friday' apps | SiliconANGLE
Majority of Feds Want to Ban All Foreign Anti-Virus Software from Government Systems |
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