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Top 5 Secure Android Development Tips

Over 50% of US smartphone users are now actively using Android devices and the security aspect of Google’s mobile platform is under constant scrutiny. With new vulnerabilities and hacking POCs making the news on almost a daily basis, safety concerns are rising. So what lies ahead for this customizable and user-friendly, albeit vulnerable, mobile operating system? How can

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Mobile Security In Limbo With Coding Vulnerabilities Galore

It’s no secret is that the smartphone is the modern man’s best friend. Over 7 billion mobile devices are being used today all around the world and they are multiplying 5 times faster than human beings. With the astronomical amounts of private information being transferred worldwide, the need for strong mobile security has become paramount. Unfortunately,

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15 AppSec Tips From the Top Ethical Hackers of 2014

2014 will go down as the year of the mega-attacks. It all started off during last years holiday season with the Target hackings that affected over 100 million customers. Soon the Heartbleed and Shellshock vulnerabilities were exposed, causing havoc all across the planet. The hackings kept on coming in the latter stages of the year

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Pakistani Ethical Hacker Reveals How He Exposed Android Vulnerabilities

Hackers are often viewed as modern-day pirates. While mostly true due to the security hazards they create, ethical hackers actually are very helpful in actually improving security standards. Most of these security experts perform these actions simply for the benefit of the community. Rafay Baloch is one such ethical hacker.   Baloch, also known as

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Major Android Browser Flaw Allowing Hackers to Bypass SOP Mechanism

The Android platform has taken the world by storm in recent years. It was announced at Google’s recent 2014 I/O developer conference that over 538 million Android devices are currently in use worldwide. Android has now leapfrogged Apple’s iOS in the US, where it currently has almost 52% of the smartphone market share.

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