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Investigating Mobile Banking Attacks
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gsatpathy
gsatpathy,
User Rank: Apprentice
1/17/2016 | 11:31:50 AM
How a novice user can protect himself?
A novice user understands that apps coming form the app store are secured enough.What such user can do to stay protected from such malicious programs that happen at backend?

A great article.
Readerof stuff
Readerof stuff,
User Rank: Apprentice
12/21/2015 | 8:01:40 PM
Re: Banks need to do better
TLS 1.3 details are provisional and incomplete; is in draft and not ready; TLS 1.3 has not seen significant security analysis to be of secure use.

 

https://tlswg.github.io/tls13-spec/
RyonKnight
RyonKnight,
User Rank: Strategist
12/16/2015 | 3:34:53 AM
Banks need to do better
Banks ought to be among the best at securing their apps and online services as there is so much money and reputational damage at risk.  Yet my bank still uses TLS 1.2 to secure customer logons.  I emailed them to ask about it and they refused to discuss it.  Currently moving my account elsewhere.


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