Your online security is important to us here at SSL.com. Inspired by Data Privacy Day, we’d like to remind you that one of the most important things you can do to protect yourself online is to update your privacy settings. It can be confusing to » Continue Reading.
Tag: Mobile App Security
AFNetworking for iOS apps has a big bug Unfortunately, we have yet another report of a pretty big security vulnerability. This time, it was found in the AFNetworking library, which is used for developing iOS apps. How popular is it? Well, the bug recently found affected » Continue Reading.
The Curious Case of the Crypto App that Couldn’t Encrypt Are you using the NQ Vault app to encrypt and protect files on your smartphone or mobile device? Well, you might want to think twice before you use it because it doesn’t do a good job of » Continue Reading.
There are certainly plenty of information security threats today, but you need to also think about the ones that are on the horizon. To help make sure you’re prepared for whatever the future holds, we’ve put together this article about problems that will be cropping » Continue Reading.
Ignorance Is Not Bliss A few months ago, Target was hit with a class-action lawsuit by a number of banks all across the world. Although it’s not clear how much the banks are demanding, it’s obvious that Target won’t come out of the mess unscathed » Continue Reading.
Since Apple unveiled the first iPhone seven years ago, the smartphone has become one of the most ubiquitous pieces of technology in the world – followed closely thereafter by the tablet in 2010. These days, just about everyone has at least one piece of mobile » Continue Reading.
Not using SSL / TLS Correctly Can Lead to Vulnerabilities US Computer Emergency Response (CERT) security pro Will Dormann recently told The Register that around 350 apps using Android are failing to validate SSL certificates over secure sockets layer (SSL), which leaves them vulnerable to » Continue Reading.
When working with money online, it’s important to make sure all your data is safe, even when you’re talking about a digital cryptocurrency like Bitcoin. Earlier this month, Naked Security had an article about a bug in the Coinbase app for Android smartphones and tablets » Continue Reading.