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DARPA-Funded Service Seeks Flaws In Smartphones
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non34
non34,
User Rank: Apprentice
8/2/2012 | 5:51:29 PM
re: DARPA-Funded Service Seeks Flaws In Smartphones
Has anyone done a security review of the X-Ray app itself to see what other personal information this government defense organization is collecting from your smart phones?
PJS880
PJS880,
User Rank: Ninja
7/24/2012 | 6:45:54 PM
re: DARPA-Funded Service Seeks Flaws In Smartphones


Nothing
more annoying that getting an update on an application 6 months after its
release. This is a great solution for the lag times in between the carriers
patching and releases. This will definitely have the hackers moving more
swiftly to penetrate your mobile device. It just makes sense that this is picked
dup by major carriers or they develop something very similar, because something
has to be done with the lag time. Also with more a more companies and BYOD
policies they are exposing their business to outside vulnerabilities. Good
Reading I was curious they didnGt mention a price or is it a free application?

Paul
Sprague

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