T-Mobile Data Breach

Schneier on Security

It’s a big one : As first reported by Motherboard on Sunday, someone on the dark web claims to have obtained the data of 100 million from T-Mobile’s servers and is selling a portion of it on an underground forum for 6 bitcoin, about $280,000.

Details of the Recent T-Mobile Breach

Schneier on Security

Surprising no one, T-Mobile had awful security. I’ve lost count of how many times T-Mobile has been hacked. Uncategorized breaches cell phones data breaches hacking T-MobileSeems that 47 million customers were affected.

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T-Mobile: Breach Exposed SSN/DOB of 40M+ People

Krebs on Security

T-Mobile is warning that a data breach has exposed the names, date of birth, Social Security number and driver’s license/ID information of more than 40 million current, former or prospective customers who applied for credit with the company. Data Breaches T-Mobile breach

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T-Mobile Investigating Claims of Massive Data Breach

Krebs on Security

On Sunday, Vice.com broke the news that someone was selling data on 100 million people, and that the data came from T-Mobile. A sales thread tied to the allegedly stolen T-Mobile customer data. ” T-Mobile declined to comment beyond what the company said in its blog post today.

Mobile Threats Skyrocket

Dark Reading

A new report shows an explosion of zero-day attacks and malware focused on mobile devices just as companies adopted widespread bring-your-own device policies

How businesses are reassessing their mobile strategies

Tech Republic Security

The post How businesses are reassessing their mobile strategies appeared first on TechRepublic. Hardware Mobility Security SMBsSamsung and Oxford Economics study explores how BYOD vs EPD policies can impact SMBs.

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New KrebsOnSecurity Mobile-Friendly Site

Krebs on Security

Dear Readers, this has been long overdue, but at last I give you a more responsive, mobile-friendly version of KrebsOnSecurity. We tried to keep the visual changes to a minimum and focus on a simple theme that presents information in a straightforward, easy-to-read format.

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2021 mobile malware evolution: Fewer attacks, escalating dangers

Tech Republic Security

2021 saw a decrease in mobile malware attacks, yet they have become increasingly sophisticated. The post 2021 mobile malware evolution: Fewer attacks, escalating dangers appeared first on TechRepublic. Android Mobility Security

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How to Secure Mobile Apps: A Complete Checklist for 2022

Appknox

Due to the significant rise in cyber and malware attacks on the different apps, mobile app security is considered a critical component of app development. Therefore, having a highly secured mobile app ensures a hassle-free business operation!

T-Mobile suffered a new data breach

Security Affairs

T-Mobile discloses a new data breach that impacted a “very small number of customers” who were victim of SIM swap attacks. T-Mobile has suffered another security breach, threat actors gained access to the accounts of “a small number of” customers.’.

How to Protect Corporate Mobile Devices

Security Boulevard

There are several essential questions organizations must answer with regard to the protection of corporate mobile devices. Which mobile operating systems are more secure? What tools and methods are relevant today in the mobile.

Nigeria blocks 73 million mobile numbers for security reasons

CyberSecurity Insiders

Nigeria has announced a clampdown on 73 million mobile numbers as they failed to link their SIMS to the NIN database. The post Nigeria blocks 73 million mobile numbers for security reasons appeared first on Cybersecurity Insiders. Mobile Security Mobile Phone Nigeria Block NIN

All eyes on mobile

Security Boulevard

Of all the data points contained in Zimperium’s recently released 2022 Global Mobile Threat Report , perhaps the most shocking is the spike in known cases of zero-day exploits being used in attacks against mobile devices. The post All eyes on mobile appeared first on Security Boulevard.

Samsung offers Mobile Security protection as below

CyberSecurity Insiders

The post Samsung offers Mobile Security protection as below appeared first on Cybersecurity Insiders. Mobile mobile security SamsungSamsung released a summary of how it protects its smart phones from cyber attacks and the content is as follows-.

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Android 13 promises more on Mobile Security and Privacy

CyberSecurity Insiders

Google disclosed at its I/O developer conference that its upcoming beta version of Android 13 mobile OS will have more features on privacy and security. The post Android 13 promises more on Mobile Security and Privacy appeared first on Cybersecurity Insiders. Mobile Google Android 13

Keep Your Mobile Safe While Using Public Wi-Fi

ZoneAlarm

While many of us enjoy mobile internet access through 4G/5G when out and about, connecting to free public Wi-Fi is still desirable as it saves on data usage and is generally faster. Data Privacy Mobile Security wifi protection Mobile security

Mobile security threats: reality or myth?

Hot for Security

While some security experts might seem over-zealous shouting about the dangers, the vast majority of warnings about mobile security threats are indeed justified. Stalkerware is another big issue on mobile platforms. Mobile threats are in no way a myth.

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T-Mobile hit by data breaches from Lapsus$ extortion group

Tech Republic Security

Through multiple breaches, the Lapsus$ cybercriminal group was able to steal source code from T-Mobile, says KrebsOnSecurity. The post T-Mobile hit by data breaches from Lapsus$ extortion group appeared first on TechRepublic.

Cameras that Automatically Detect Mobile Phone Use

Schneier on Security

New South Wales is implementing a camera system that automatically detects when a driver is using a mobile phone. australia cameras cars phones

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T-Mobile confirms Lapsus$ had access its systems

Security Affairs

Telecommunication giant T-Mobile confirmed the LAPSUS$ extortion group gained access to its networks in March. Telecom company T-Mobile on Friday revealed that LAPSUS$ extortion gang gained access to its networks. SecurityAffairs – hacking, T-Mobile).

The Risks & Rewards of Travel by Mobile

Security Boulevard

The post The Risks & Rewards of Travel by Mobile appeared first on Security Boulevard. Security Bloggers Network API Keys API Security - Analysis, News and Insights Business certificate pinning Mobile App Authentication mobile app development

Collecting and Selling Mobile Phone Location Data

Schneier on Security

The Wall Street Journal has an article about a company called Anomaly Six LLC that has an SDK that's used by "more than 500 mobile applications." mobile phone movement data only to nongovernmental, private-sector clients. [.].

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Sensitive mobile app data found unprotected in the cloud

Tech Republic Security

The post Sensitive mobile app data found unprotected in the cloud appeared first on TechRepublic. Mobility SecurityExposed data discovered by Check Point Research included chat messages in gaming apps, personal photos, token IDs in healthcare apps and data from cryptocurrency platforms.

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Mobile security is serious business

Security Boulevard

Verizon recently released its annual Mobile Security Index , an always-anticipated snapshot of experiences and attitudes among senior professionals responsible for their organization’s mobile security. The post Mobile security is serious business appeared first on Security Boulevard.

Research Shows Glaring Mobile App Security Issues

Security Boulevard

The increased reliance on mobile applications is starkly apparent; mobile app usage grew 40% year-over-year in the second quarter of 2020, according to App Annie. The post Research Shows Glaring Mobile App Security Issues appeared first on Security Boulevard.

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Gaming, Banking Trojans Dominate Mobile Malware Scene

Threatpost

The overall number of attacks on mobile users is down, but they're getting slicker, both in terms of malware functionality and vectors, researchers say. Malware Mobile Security

What are Mobile App Security Standards?

Appknox

With an increasing overflow of threats and attacks on mobile apps, businesses are now more concerned than ever about making their apps safe and secure for their users. And this is why there is a huge priority shift happening across the globe towards mobile app security.

2021 mobile security: Android more vulnerabilities, iOS more zero-days

Bleeping Computer

Mobile security company Zimperium has released its annual mobile threat report where security trends and discoveries in the year that passed lay the groundwork for predicting what's coming in 2022. [.]. Security Mobile

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Mobile malware evolution 2020

SecureList

In 2020, Kaspersky mobile products and technologies detected: 5,683,694 malicious installation packages, 156,710 new mobile banking Trojans, 20,708 new mobile ransomware Trojans. Pandemic theme in mobile threats. The mobile malware Trojan-Ransom.AndroidOS.Agent.aq

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Request for Comments: New Mobile Payments on COTS (MPoC) Standard

PCI perspectives

From 24 January to 22 February 2022, Mobile Task Force members and PCI-Recognized Laboratories are invited to review and provide feedback on the new Mobile Payments on COTS (MPoC) Standard during a 30-day request for comments (RFC) period.

Shielding APIs that Service Mobile Apps: Part 4 – When?

Security Boulevard

In the final part of this four part series, we’ll recommend what actions you should take and when you should take them in order to implement effective shielding of your mobile app and APIs it uses. The post Shielding APIs that Service Mobile Apps: Part 4 – When?

Russian cyber attack on US mobile customers

CyberSecurity Insiders

From the afternoon hours of Tuesday, thousands of mobile users in United States received spam text from their phone numbers. And still if they reach the customer, it is urging its customers to forward them to 7726 spam number from their mobile phones and is free.

Mobile Malware: Threats and Solutions

eSecurity Planet

As users have increasingly moved from desktop operating systems to mobile devices as their primary form of computing, cyber attackers have taken notice and malware has followed. Mobile malware statistics. Types of mobile malware. How mobile malware infects users.

Can I Trust Mobile Casino Sites?

SecureBlitz

In this post, we will answer the question – can I trust mobile casino sites? The post Can I Trust Mobile Casino Sites? Read on.

3 Burning Questions About Mobile Security, Answered

Security Boulevard

More and more frequently, our team at NuData is called upon to support clients in improving the security and user experience (UX) behind their mobile services, most often to complement existing desktop practices.

T-Mobile confirms fifth data breach in three years

Graham Cluley

T-Mobile has confirmed media reports from earlier this week that it had suffered a serious data breach. And it's not just existing T-Mobile users who should be alarmed, but former and prosepective customers as well. Data loss data breach T-Mobile

The Future of PCI SSC Mobile Standards

PCI perspectives

The Council is currently working on the next evolution of its mobile security standards. Mobile SPoC Contactless

Lapsus$ Hackers Target T-Mobile

Threatpost

No government and customer data was accessed. Breach

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Beijing Winter Olympics MY2022 mobile app filled with security vulnerabilities

CyberSecurity Insiders

Mobile Security researchers at the Citizen Lab have discovered that the information could be read by telecom service providers and any spying agent via public Wi-Fi hotspots installed in airports, Olympic venues, transit stations and hotels. Mobile China Beijing Winter 2022 Olympics MY2022

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Key Criteria for Choosing Mobile App Security Solution Vendor

Appknox

Mobile phone apps are more popular than ever with a rapidly expanding user base each year. Mobile app security Gartner Open Source SDLC mobile app security testing tools G2

Fake Mobile Apps Steal Facebook Credentials, Cryptocurrency-Related Keys

Trend Micro

Trend Micro Research : Malware Trend Micro Research : Research Trend Micro Research : Mobile Trend Micro Research : Articles, News, Reports

Mobile App Developers Leave Behind 2,100 Open Databases

Dark Reading

A simple request to the VirusTotal scanning service reveals thousands of mobile-application databases left open to the public by developers in a three-month period

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Zero Trust: The Mobile Dimension

Threatpost

Hank Schless, senior security solutions manager at Lookout, discusses how to secure remote working via mobile devices. Cloud Security InfoSec Insider Mobile Security

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