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+ - Security Firm releases 42+ best practices for secure mobile development->

An anonymous reader writes: Security Firm, viaForensics, has released a write-up detailing 42+ best practices for developing a secure mobile application. The write-up is meant to serve as a guide for application developers who hold their clients security / safety in the utmost regard. Here is a quote from the release notice:

"At viaForensics we spend a lot of time attacking mobile apps. Hacking. Breaking encryption, finding flaws, pen testing and looking for sensitive data stored insecurely. We do it for the right reasons – to help companies make their apps more secure."

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Security Firm releases 42+ best practices for secure mobile development

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