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Unsecured Cloud Configurations Exposing Information in Thousands of Mobile Apps

Abstract When approaching the development of a mobile application, one of the key design decisions revolves around the server side aspect of the application. Specifically, storage of information relevant to the app’s usage, as well as the backend API’s allowing the app to query the server for information in real time (as opposed to static … Read More

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Apple’s Upcoming iOS 14.5 Update Once Again Illustrates Mobile Threats are Real

Apple is making a new change in the way it secures the code running in its mobile operating system. This signals – yet again – that threats to mobile devices are very real. The change is currently in the beta version of the next iOS version – 14.5. It makes it more difficult for hackers … Read More

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Apple’s Latest Security Fix Shows Why Enterprises Need MTD

Apple’s high-profile release of iOS 14.4, including security fixes for three critical vulnerabilities said to have been exploited by hackers in the wild, once again shows why enterprises need to deploy mobile threat defense (MTD) solutions.  Whether it is the Jeff Bezos hack or the ‘scariest iPhone hack ever,’ vulnerabilities open the door for hackers … Read More

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