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Startup Uncovers Flaws In Mobile Apps, Launches New Security Service
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9/12/2014 | 2:34:13 AM
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Hi Thomas main problems are related to SSL management and wrong implementation of certificate pinning
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9/11/2014 | 7:08:59 PM
Re: an old story
There should be a way to have phones block any specified sensitive data from transmission. Enter a credit card, hash it and compare the outgoing data to the hash. If it matches, send nothing.
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9/11/2014 | 5:02:32 PM
an old story
Unfortunately the lack of security by design affect the majority of mobile apps, for this reason the CC/CERT has conducted a series of test on most popular application available for Android, discovering an impressive amount of flaws. Another interesting study on the topic that confirms the presence of Flaws in major mobile apps was conducted by the UNHcFREG researchers.

 


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