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Welcome to your weekly dose of mobile security news. This edition includes:Microsoft says Apple can'
 
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NowSecure #MobSec5
Welcome to your weekly dose of mobile security news. This edition includes:
  • Microsoft says Apple can’t secure iOS and Google can’t secure Android
  • A month after QuadRooter patches were released, only 15 percent of Android users had applied them
  • Is there such thing as an unhackable mobile device?
Thanks for reading. Have a good weekend, be good, and stay safe.

Microsoft: 'Apple can no more secure your iPhone than Google can secure Android' | ZDNet
Why an unhackable mobile phone is a complete marketing myth | TechCrunch
WhiteHat Security Partners with NowSecure For Mobile Application Security Testing Solution | Dark Reading
Android Fragmentation Sinks Patching Gains | Threatpost
Security By Design Podcast | Modev.com
PSA: Security vulnerability discovered, update your Experian and myFICO Mobile iOS apps ASAP | 9to5Mac
Why Samsung Abandoned Its Galaxy Note 7 Flagship Phone | The New York Times
If you’re returning your Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phone, read this | The Washington Post
Update: Verizon says its Pixels will get updates at the same time as Google’s | Ars Technica
Apple Watch Banned From Cabinet Meetings Over Russian Spy Fears | TechWeek Europe
Backdoor dubbed Pork Explosion lets attackers go hog wild on Android phones | CIO
Fix Security Concerns for Better Mobile Adoption Rates | Credit Union Times
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