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Quokka Publishes the Shopping App “Nice List” for the 2022 Holiday Season

Quokka Publishes the Shopping App “Nice List” for the 2022 Holiday Season

Research Test Reveals the Shopping Apps that Pose the Least Security and Privacy Risks
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Quokka Announces GitLab Integration

Quokka Announces GitLab Integration

Q-MAST is available on GitLab’s One DevOps Platform allowing mobile app developers to test their apps during the development process, ensuring they deliver mobile applications that meet security and quality standards.
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Introducing Q-Scout, a Mobile Security Solution for the Modern World

Introducing Q-Scout, a Mobile Security Solution for the Modern World

Q-Scout - the first mobile security solution of its kind to balance employee access to corporate networks with robust personal privacy.
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Kryptowire Announces Rebrand to Quokka

Kryptowire Announces Rebrand to Quokka

Quokka seeks to be the source for mobile security and privacy solutions, staying steps ahead of security threats and delivering peace of mind for the growing work from and live anywhere world.
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Kryptowire Advises to Proactively and Regularly Patch Smart Devices

Kryptowire Advises to Proactively and Regularly Patch Smart Devices

Major security vulnerability affecting all Android devices running Android 10 & 11 discovered; users need to take action and patch.
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Kryptowire Named on CRN's Mobile 100 List for 2022

Kryptowire Named on CRN’s Mobile 100 List for 2022

Kryptowire’s Mobile App Security Testing (MAST) selected as top Mobile Security Tool for detecting security, privacy, and code quality issues of apps and libraries on Android and iOS.
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The Happiest Place on Earth is Opening Consumers' Personal Data to Risk

The Happiest Place on Earth is Opening Consumers’ Personal Data to Risk

Quokka researchers identify popular iOS consumer applications that pose high risk to user privacy and security as summer travel heats up.
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Kryptowire Identifies High Risk Security Vulnerability in Samsung Devices Running Android

Kryptowire Identifies High Risk Security Vulnerability in Samsung Devices Running Android

Kryptowire details CVE-2022-22292 vulnerability affecting Samsung Android devices running Android version 9-12.
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Kryptowire Identifies Security and Privacy Vulnerability in Mobile Device Chipset from China

Kryptowire Identifies Security and Privacy Vulnerability in Mobile Device Chipset from China

New findings reveal hackers can have access to user data, phones, and more in mobile devices with this Chinese chipset.
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Latest Mobile Security News

News and information highlighting recent mobile application security threats.

5.4 million Twitter users' stolen data leaked online — more shared privately

Over 5.4 million Twitter user records containing non-public information stolen using an API vulnerability fixed in January have been shared for free on a hacker forum. Another massive, potentially more significant, data dump of millions of Twitter records has also been disclosed by a security researcher.

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Russian software disguised as American finds its way into U.S. Army, CDC apps

Thousands of smartphone applications in Apple and Google's online stores contain computer code developed by a technology company, Pushwoosh, that presents itself as based in the United States, but is actually Russian, Reuters has found.

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World Cup apps pose a data security and privacy nightmare

With mandated spyware downloads to tens of thousands of surveillance cameras equipped with facial-recognition technology, the World Cup in Qatar next month is looking more like a data security and privacy nightmare than a celebration of the beautiful game.

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Advocate Aurora notifies patients of potential tracking pixel breach

The health system says that, "out of an abundance of caution," it's assuming that anyone with Advocate Aurora Health MyChart account, including users of its LiveWell app, could be affected – as many as 3 million people.

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