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20 Million Google Home and Amazon Echo devces are affected by Millions of AI-based voice-activated personal assistants, including Google Home and Amazon Echo, are affected by the Blueborne flawsSecurity Affairs

A series of recently disclosed critical Bluetooth flaws that affect billions of Android, iOS, Windows and Linux devices have now been discovered in Millions of AI-based voice-activated personal assistants, including Google Home and Amazon Echo,


Top blacklisted Android and iOS apps by enterprises

Enterprises blacklist apps for a range of security concerns, including specific malicious or data leakage behaviors, security policy compliance and concerns about shadow data storage. Appthority revealed the most frequently


Android vs iOS: Which is more secure? – Computerworld

Android and iOS represent the lion’s share of the mobile operating system market, and while there’s inherent risk with the use of any mobile device in the enterprise, Android presents


Users are biggest impediment to Apple iOS security

Apple’s iOS has the trust of enterprise IT, but users can still pose a security threat. No software is completely secure, but iOS has a strong reputation because Apple regularly


How cybercriminals are using Android security bulletins to plan attacks – TechRepublic

I recently interviewed a gentleman, one with a vested interest in Android, and was enlightened on a number of levels. During the interview we hopped onto the thread of security


Apple issues security updates for macOS, iDevices – Help Net Security

It’s time to patch your Mac, iDevices and software again: Apple has released security updates for MacOS (all the way back to Yosemite), iOS, watchOS, tvOS, iTunes, iCloud for Windows,


When security issues make mobile security a better argument – Pickr – Australia’s product comparison system

When you own a computer, you know you need security, and the same may even be true of owning smartphones, too. One of the more frustrating things to deal with


Cisco: IOS security update includes denial of service and code execution warnings – Network World

Cisco is warning IOS and IOS EXE users of five security vulnerabilities it rates as “High” that could lead to denial of service attacks or allow an invader to execute


How did iOS 10 security checks open brute force risk on local backups?

A password-verification flaw in iOS 10 allowed attackers to decrypt local backups. Expert Michael Cobb explains how removing certain security checks led to this vulnerability. Click here to view original

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Zimperium Announces Exploit Acquisition Program for Android and iOS

Zimperium, the industry leader in enterprise mobile threat defense (MTD) and the only provider of real-time on-device protection against known and previously unknown threats, today unveiled its Exploit Acquisition Program