In the run-up to Black Hat conference, all apps are suspicious
Jul 19, 2013 4:12 PM -
A lot of security companies are focusing on app safety in the build-up to Blackhat, the major security conference held in Las Vegas each summer. Here's a look at one company the discovered a significant Android vulnerability.
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