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viaforensics

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Study: iPhone, Android apps store sensitive user info

A range of mobile apps examined by security firm ViaForensics found a significant number storing user names unencrypted and a smaller number storing passwords the same way.

By August 9, 2011

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Many top iPhone, Android apps face security woes

A new study from ViaForensics has found that there are a slew of popular applications that are currently "failing" at securing sensitive user data.

By June 9, 2011

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Firm finds security holes in mobile bank apps

Financial firms say they are addressing problems that research firm found with security of mobile apps.

By November 4, 2010

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Google Wallet stores too much unencrypted data in a rooted device--report

ViaForensics says unprotected data on phone could be used in a social engineering attack, but only if someone got root access to the device.

By December 12, 2011

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PayPal fixes security hole in iPhone app

PayPal iPhone app users need to download the update or risk a man-in-the-middle attack on their accounts over unsecured Wi-Fi networks.

By November 3, 2010

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Corruption in DMG disk images

Apple's included support for a variety of disk images in OS X is one of the more convenient aspects of the operating system, allowing you to easily encrypt or otherwise compartmentalize your data for easy organization and management. While disk images

By July 30, 2009