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Size Matters In BYOD Posture Study From Harvard

June 25, 2014

How you behave with a laptop differs from how you behave holding a mobile device such as a tablet or smartphone, says a new study.

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Podcast: Erik Peterson On MAP 2.0

June 24, 2014

This week's podcast, Erik Peterson, Principal Engineer at Mocana, discusses MAP 2.0 with Robert Vamosi, and relates his experience bringing Mocana's unique mobile app protection solution to Apple's iOS.

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Arduino Boards Can Remotely Start Your Car

June 25, 2015

Arduino boards are useful among security researchers for rapid prototyping of tools used in analysis. There's even an ARM-based version. Now researchers say they can start a car remotely using an Arduino board and a jailbroken iPhone.

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iPhone Glitch Exposes Photo Albums

June 24, 2014

One of the new features in Apple iOS5 is the ability to take photos while the iPhone is locked. In theory you should only be able to see the pictures taken during your locked session, but a researcher recently discovered a way to reveal almost all your photos.

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U.S. Army Tests Commercial Smartphones

July 30, 2014

Soldiers in the field may soon be able to use smartphones similar to their own personal iPhone and Androids, according to US government officials.

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