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Ars Technica | BY Sean Gallagher
Monday | February 20, 2017

Researchers discover security problems under the hood of automobile apps

In a presentation at this week’s RSA security conference in San Francisco, researchers from Kaspersky Labs revealed more bad news for the Internet of drivable things—connected cars. Malware researchers Victor Chebyshev and Mikhail Kuzin examined seven Android apps for connected…

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WQAD
Monday | February 20, 2017

Why buying used cars could put your safety at risk

Charles Henderson sold his car several years ago, but he still knows exactly where it is, and can control it from his phone. The IBM researcher leading X-Force Red, the firm’s security testing group, wasn’t researching car security when he discovered…

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InfoSecurity Magazine | BY Tara Seals
Monday | February 20, 2017

Consumers Don’t Buy Mobile Security

According to Allot Communications’ MobileTrends H1/2017 Report, 89% of consumers don’t have paid tools for securing their mobile device. But, 68% of mobile internet consumers say they are aware of mobile malware (and one in seven of these consumers have experienced…

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InfoSecurity Magazine | BY Tara Seals
Thursday | February 16, 2017

2 Serious App-in-the-Middle Vulns Found in Android for Work

A pair of newly uncovered Android vulnerabilities allow maliciously crafted personal apps to silently view, steal and even manipulate content that should be safely locked in the Work profile of Android.

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