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Get Freebies by Abusing the Android InApp Billing API

Get Freebies by Abusing the Android InApp Billing API

Security researchers started talking about vulnerabilities in the Android InApp Billing API years ago, but we found it worthwhile to take another look to see how it has improved (or not) and verify the best way to build security into the application. The Android InApp Billing API is a powerful part of the Android framework that allows

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Mobile Friday: Google Waze Hacked By Technion Students

Waze has come a long way since its launch back in 2008. Winner of the Best Overall Mobile App award at the 2013 Mobile World Congress, the Israeli based startup was sold to Google last year for a whopping $1.3 Billion. Unfortunately, two students from the Technion have revealed a huge security issue in the

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Mobile Friday: Ten Commandments of Android Safety

The Android mobile platform has come a long way since its introduction in 2008. Almost 80% of smartphones activated last year (2013) were powered by the “green robot”. But the customizable interface and other open source advantages come at a price. Android is ridden with vulnerabilities. Android’s biggest convenience is also its biggest security issue.

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Windows XP Dying Maliciously, Zero-Day Attacks Imminent

Microsoft has announced that all official Windows XP support will be terminated on April 8, 2014. But despite the fact that zero-day is just around the corner, millions of businesses and individuals are still using the legacy platform, making them extremely vulnerable to hacking and malware attacks. The Windows XP platform’s ecosystem is officially going

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Simplifying Password Security Through Sound: Google’s New Tech ‘Toy’

Passwords have taken on a bad name lately. In countless security breaches and incidents, they’ve been too easy to crack, too difficult to remember, not encrypted enough, the right way, or at all. We each login to so many different sites on a daily basis, with each one supposed to have its own unique password

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