Reverse Engineering Apps. A Primer

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Reverse Engineering Apps.  A Primer Reverse engineering is a pretty cool concept.  Someone builds something, you want to see how they did it, so you take it apart and see how it was put together in the first place.   It can be a great way to learn, and it pushes technological progress forward.  But there’s … Read more

Android Security Is Still Secure. Seriously.

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Android Security Is Still Secure. Seriously. There’s been a lot of media hype this past month about Android phones and their lack of security.  Headlines such as “How Android Phones Hide Missed Security Updates From You” have been floating around causing mass panic. Take a deep breath.  It’s ok. Despite the plethora of recent articles … Read more

Anti-Hacking Tools for Android – 2017 Guide

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Anti-Hacking Tools for Android – 2017 Guide   Android officially has the largest market share in the smartphone world and there is almost 1.5 billion people who use Android smartphone or tablet. This speaks volumes of the quality and affordability that Android offers to their users, but there are also problems and liabilities that always … Read more

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