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Sept. 14, 2022, 3:01 a.m. | WiReD

The RISKS Digest ac.uk

Researchers found that mobile applications contain keys that could provide
access to both user information and private files from unconnected apps.

Researchers from Broadcom's Symantec Threat Hunter team published findings
on Thursday about the prevalence of hard-coded authentication credentials
lurking in the cloud services that underlie hundreds of mainstream
apps. These login credentials are often meant to give the app access to a
single file or service, like a mechanism for an app to display public images
from a company's …

apps data

Chief Information Security Officer

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IT Security Engineer

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Information Security Engineer

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Senior Cyber Security Incident Response Analyst

@ ServiceNow | Dublin, Ireland

Staff, Privacy Compliance Monitoring

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VULNERABILITY MANAGER

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Cyber Security Analyst

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Sr. Compliance Specialist (Screening)

@ Coupang | Seoul, South Korea