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Immune No More: An Apple Story

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For a very long time, Apple and its pseudo-religious user-base prided itself on being a platform free of malware; those days are inarguably and unequivocally over. Its emergence as the early winner...

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Infosecurity - New lock screen bypass bug in Apple’s latest iOS

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Just one day after Apple’s bug-fixing new iOS 6.1.3 was released – which included a fix to a lock-screen bypass vulnerability and broke the Evasi0n jailbreak tool – a new lock screen bypass is revealed.

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Customized spam uses cell phone users’ data against them

Customized spam uses cell phone users’ data against them | IPAD, un nuevo concepto socio-educativo! | Scoop.it

US mobile spammers are using cell phone users’ personal data to launch invasive, highly targeted attacks, according to AdaptiveMobile.

 

For the first time, mobile spammers can use such information as the subscriber’s first name, zip code, income level, and ethnicity to make attacks personalized and more effective.

 


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Gust MEES's curator insight, June 19, 2013 9:03 AM

 

For the first time, mobile spammers can use such information as the subscriber’s first name, zip code, income level, and ethnicity to make attacks personalized and more effective.


A MUST read!!!

 

Gust MEES's curator insight, June 19, 2013 9:06 AM

 

For the first time, mobile spammers can use such information as the subscriber’s first name, zip code, income level, and ethnicity to make attacks personalized and more effective.

 

A MUST read!!!

 

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Many Fed smartphones have zero password protection

Many Fed smartphones have zero password protection | IPAD, un nuevo concepto socio-educativo! | Scoop.it

A new report showcases increased security risks with mobile device usage within Federal government as adoption of smartphones and other mobile devices becomes more widespread.

Sponsored by EMC, VMware, Cisco, and Carahsoft, the report reveals that more than half of smartphone users in the Federal government use their personal smartphone for job-related tasks. Out of this group, one in three workers do not have password protection.

 


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