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NowSecure #MobSec5 - Week of Oct. 31

Welcome to our new readers! We're happy to have you. #MobSec5 is your digest of the week's mobile sec
November 4 · Issue #32 · View online
NowSecure #MobSec5
Welcome to our new readers! We’re happy to have you.
#MobSec5 is your digest of the week’s mobile security news, hand-picked by your friends at NowSecure.
Among other items, in this week’s issue you’ll find:

  • Can a hack really break into 1 billion Android Apps?
  • Your Black Friday checklist should include security testing
  • Is the corporate network on its last legs or already dead?
Thanks for reading. Have a great weekend, be good, and stay safe.
P.S. On the El last night, a man told a NowSecure-ian, “Let this be a lesson to you: Nobody beats the Chicago Cubs 109 years in a row.”

This Hack Can Silently Break Into 1 Billion Android Apps | Forbes
You Can Legally Hack Your Own Car, Pacemaker, or Smartphone Now | WIRED
Security testing should be on every DevOps teams’ Black Friday checklist | SD Times
The end of the corporate network is coming - TechRepublic
Google Security Engineer Claims Android Is Now As Secure as the iPhone | Motherboard
BlogMasque Attack Abuses iOS’s Code Signing to Spoof Apps and Bypass Privacy Protection | TrendLabs Security Intelligence Blog
This Evil Office Printer Hijacks Your Cellphone Connection | WIRED
DHS will report on mobile threats to federal IT | Fedscoop
Kansas City Employee Cell Phones Could Expose City To Hacks, Audit Finds | KCUR
The Biggest Cybersecurity Threat is Right Under Our Noses | Huffington Post
“OK Google” – Two words to describe the security trade-off on Google’s Pixel | CSO Online
Why Light Bulbs May Be the Next Hacker Target | The New York Times
iPhone hack that threatened emergency 911 system lands teen in jail | Ars Technica
Google gets better at flagging apps trying to fake their way into the Play Store’s top charts | TechCrunch
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