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7.29.2015
Mac Developer: 'Stagefright' Android Text Message Vulnerability May Affect 950M Devices | MacTrast

'Stagefright' Android Text Message Vulnerability May Affect 950M Devices | MacTrast: "A newly discovered security flaw in the Android mobile operating system has been dubbed one of the worst vulnerabilities to date. ‘Stagefright’ could affect around 950 million Android devices."
This is a real goshwhacker.

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Mac Developer: Hackers combine coded photos and Twitter to hit targets - BBC News

Hackers combine coded photos and Twitter to hit targets - BBC News: "On several occasions, the commands, encrypted by using a technique called steganography, have instructed Hammertoss to upload information from a victim's network to accounts on cloud storage services."
Quite a dance.

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7.24.2015
Mac Developer: Hackers Remotely Kill a Jeep on the Highway—With Me in It | WIRED

Hackers Remotely Kill a Jeep on the Highway—With Me in It | WIRED: "The Jeep’s strange behavior wasn’t entirely unexpected. I’d come to St. Louis to be Miller and Valasek’s digital crash-test dummy, a willing subject on whom they could test the car-hacking research they’d been doing over the past year. "
I'd say this falls into the category of "must read"

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7.13.2015
Mac Developer: It's time to uninstall Adobe's Flash from your Mac - here's how

It's time to uninstall Adobe's Flash from your Mac - here's how: "Adobe has patched more than twenty Flash vulnerabilities in the last week — some of them days after active exploits were discovered in the wild — and issued over a dozen Flash Player security advisories since the beginning of this year."
This was my basic thought in 2001. Back then it was more about open standards and accessibility.

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7.09.2015
Mac Developer: The unbelievable true story of Farty Troll‘s struggle to release | Cult of Mac

The unbelievable true story of Farty Troll‘s struggle to release | Cult of Mac: "Scott Kurtz, artist and writer of popular webcomic PvP, and his business partner Cory Casoni decided to find out with Farty Troll, a Flappy Bird clone about propelling a flatulent, blue giant named Skull through a maze of coffee cups using nothing but his own wind. Apple repeatedly rejected the app, but after a bit of straining and a lot of effort, it has finally come out."
The curious case of Farty Troll.

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7.07.2015
Mac Developer: Hacking Team, the company that sells snooping software to governments, gets hacked | VentureBeat | Security | by Paul Sawers

Hacking Team, the company that sells snooping software to governments, gets hacked | VentureBeat | Security | by Paul Sawers: "Based out of Milan, Italy, Hacking Team has been known for a while, but it hit the headlines last year after security experts revealed the extent to which its software gives law enforcement and intelligence agencies remote access to mobile operating systems. It lets them access texts, phone calls, location data, and other forms of digital communications."
I guess, "Physician, heal thyself!"

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7.04.2015
Mac Developer: This might be our first look at BlackBerry’s Android smartphone (Update) | 9to5Google

This might be our first look at BlackBerry’s Android smartphone (Update) | 9to5Google: "Evan Blass just can’t stop. Earlier today he came out on Twitter to say that BlackBerry’s Android-powered ‘Venice’ smartphone is on its way to AT&T, and now he has shared an image of what looks to be some kind of BlackBerry device running Google’s mobile operating system."
A novel approach might be to run Android as a subsystem under QNX, and keep the highly secure Blackberry mail running in the better (ie. QNX) OS.

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