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For many of us, the last few months have drastically increased our reliance on mobile capabilities. Through the increased use of corporate mobile apps, virtual private networks (VPNs), hot spots and more, mobile communications are more ubiquitous than ever. Because of this enhanced, unprecedented and sudden dependence on mobile capabilities, mobile security should be at […]

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The issue, Trustwave’s Therese Mendoza explains, isn’t widespread, but it does exist and attackers could abuse it to cause Android apps to leak critical information that could then be abused for further compromise. Activities, one of the three primary components of Android apps, are called using Intents, which are messaging objects that applications use to […]

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The most important of these flaws is a critical bug in System that could be exploited to execute arbitrary code remotely. To exploit the vulnerability, an attacker needs to use a specially crafted transmission, Google explains. This is one of the two critical remote code execution issues patched in System, both affecting Android releases 8.0 […]

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