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Vulnerability in Trump campaign app revealed keys and secrets

A security vulnerability in President Trump’s mobile campaign app exposed Twitter application keys and secrets, Google apps and maps keys and Branch.io keys in the Android APK file, researchers at Website Planet recently discovered. A research team led by Noam Rotem and Ran Locar said the exposed keys and secrets provided access to the app’s…
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Election Coverage, Government/Defense, Phishing, Security News

Chinese, Iranian phishing campaigns target Biden, Trump campaigns

Joe Biden and Donald Trump’s campaigns may be worlds apart on issues and in style, but they share common cyber enemies, according to the Google Threat Analysis Group (TAG), which said both are the targets of phishing campaigns by nation-states like China and Iran. “Recently TAG saw China APT group targeting Biden campaign staff &…
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Google, Apple collaboration on Bluetooth-based Covid-19 contact tracing prioritizes privacy

A collaboration between Google and Apple that leverages Bluetooth technology could help health and government officials curb the COVID-19 pandemic and kickstart economies around the world by offering vital contact tracing while still ensuring data security and privacy. Contact tracing is a critical – but challenging – part of controlling the spread of disease and…
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Election 2016 Cybersecurity Insights, Election Coverage, Government/Defense, Mobile Security, Privacy & Compliance News and Analysis, Security News

Voatz mobile voting app vulnerable, MIT researchers say

On the heels of the voting app debacle during the Iowa Democratic caucuses, researchers at MIT have found multiple security- and privacy-related vulnerabilities in an online voting app, Voatz, used in West Virginia during the 2018 midterm elections and on track to be used again for the 2020 contests, according to a security audit released…
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