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Researchers Beat Up Google's Bouncer
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8/1/2012 | 1:01:29 AM
re: Researchers Beat Up Google's Bouncer
Bouncer is a whitelisting product by CoreTrace
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7/3/2012 | 11:59:25 AM
re: Researchers Beat Up Google's Bouncer
Google Bouncer is an additional layer of security for Android phones that scan for malware. It sounded new and direct applications without interrupting the user experience. It runs on cloud infrastructure, once the application is loaded then start scanning application for formal suspects goalkeeper consumption, trojans and spyware. - @ClickSSL
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6/26/2012 | 3:21:46 AM
re: Researchers Beat Up Google's Bouncer
Hopefully this research will help Google tighten its defenses. But has all the information been shared with Google so they have an opportunity to patch?
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