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Android License Changes Raise Security Questions

Android has long been viewed as the less-secure mobile operating system compared to iOS, and Google's licensing changes to comply with the European Commission's anti-trust ruling can potentially make the ecosystem's overall security situation worse.

Android, Google, Mobile

Misconfigured Android Devices Open for Abuse

Android Debug Bridge is a debugging interface for developers troubleshooting faulty Android devices. Unfortunately, some vendors shipped devices with Android Debug Bridge enabled, which leaves these devices open for abuse.

Android, Mobile

Wyden Pushes FCC For Answers on SS7 Security

Sen. Ron Wyden wants answers from the FCC on cellular network breaches and security.

Government, Mobile

Google’s Android P Confirms Humans Still at the Helm

The new Android Protected Confirmation API in Android P ensures that a human, not malware, is engaging with the app.

Mobile, Android

Are You Your Phone Number? Identity in Mobile Apps

We tend to think of phone numbers as part of our identity, and that impression is reinforced when we use our phone numbers to register for mobile apps. For many mobile apps, however, phone number is a handy username. We are still looking for a proper identifier in the mobile world.

Mobile, Authentication, Identity Proofing