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Our Threat Solutions team discovered an interesting threat using a novel “infection vector” for Android today. Back in July, they analyzed Spyware:Android/SndApps, which, after an update, is able access various bits of personal information. Before the update, it only requests the “Internet” permission. It seems probable to us that users are less likely to carefully […]

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My previous book reviews on Naked Security have covered books which I enjoyed greatly, and which were somehow relevant to the field of computer security. One was a novel dealing with advance fee fraud in Nigeria; the other a historical record of Second World War cryptography in the UK. I wrote those reviews because I […]

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I’m not a LinkedIn user – at least not yet, though I suspect that like many of my friends and colleagues I may eventually feel compelled to “be there or be square”. As a non-user I haven’t been tracking changes to the default privacy settings of the service, or the implications of those changes. Neither, […]

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THURSDAY, MAY 23, 2024

Mission-Critical Broadband – Why Governments Should Partner with Commercial Operators:
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The Multi-Model Database:
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