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Mobile Malware Makes Mobile Banking Treacherous
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GaryM03001
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GaryM03001,
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11/5/2015 | 6:38:47 PM
Trusted Apps = Mobile Malware = 1B+ Infected!
@SnoopWallSecure we've been saying this since 2013.  Here's proof:

How about a trusted flashlight app, downloaded by the hundreds of millions spying on you?


Go to finovate dot com forward slash videos forward slash finovatefindevr-2015-snoopwall and see for yourself!

It's serious and most of the big banks don't care.  They want to write it off and let you think their smartphone apps are safe - as safe as an ATM machine being SKIMMED every day!

 
seo rennes
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seo rennes,
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11/3/2015 | 10:08:02 AM
user lambda
I am very worried about this problem.
The average user of a mobile phone does not imagine that his phone has a real OS. They're not prepared to protect themselves against viruses on his mobile phone.


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