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NowSecure #MobSec5
Happy iPhone X release day!
If you’re still in line, you probably need something to read. We’ve got you covered with #MobSec5 – your weekly digest of the mobile security news that matters, brought to you by your friends at NowSecure.
This week’s edition of #MobSec5 includes:
  • iOS 11.1 released and patches KRACK
  • iOS 11.1 “pwned” the next day
  • SS7 global communications backbone access costs $9,000
Thanks for reading. Have a good weekend, be good, and stay safe.

About the security content of iOS 11.1 | Apple Support
32 Zero-Day Vulnerabilities Disclosed at Mobile Pwn2Own 2017 | E-Week
You Can Spy Like the NSA for a Few Thousand Bucks | The Daily Beast
More Than 1 Million People Downloaded a Fake WhatsApp Android App | Motherboard
App developer access to iPhone X face data spooks some privacy experts | Reuters
A surge of sites and apps are exhausting your CPU to mine cryptocurrency | Ars Technica
The art of iOS and iCloud forensics | ElcomSoft blog
Ekoparty Security Conference 2017 Videos | Ekoparty
Ron Wyden urges NSA and DHS to defend Trump administration officials from hackers | Washington Times
The fall of public key pinning and rise of Certificate Transparency | Hackernoon
Bypassing Android's Network Security Configuration | NCC Group
Having Fun with Obfuscated Mach-O Files | JEB2 Decompiler in Action
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