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  1. Majority of Mobile App Vulnerabilities From Open Source Code COVID-19 has impacted everything over the past year, and mobile app security is no exception. The Synopsys Cybersecurity Research Center (CyRC) took an in-depth look at application security, and discovered just how vulnerable apps that use open source code really are. According to the report, 98% of apps use open source code, and 63% of those apps have at least one known vulnerability. Open source code is no more or less vulnerable than any other code, Jonathan Knudsen, senior security strategist
  2. Available through Tumblr’s mobile app Tumblr is launching a new group messaging feature that will allow different fandoms on the site to chat more easily with each other instead of replying on re-blogs. The “group chats” are public spaces, meaning that anyone can find and read them, though only approved members can send messages. People should notice a new group chat icon in the upper right-hand corner of Tumblr’s app starting today. Group chats aren’t meant for private DM sessions with Tumblr pals. The idea is to give people in niche com
  3. At MAX 2019 today, Adobe announced an impressive expansion of its products. For one thing, full Photoshop is now available for iPads, something that was announced a while back and is now generally available. Version 1.0 focuses on "top workflows", and Adobe says that it will expand the product as it learns how people use Photoshop on a mobile device. It does have a redesigned UI, since an iPad is a different type of device from a PC. Clearly, it's meant to be more touch-centric. You can open and edit your PSD files from anywhere, and connect it with your PC via Adobe Cloud.
  4. Today, Microsoft announced its unified Office app for iOS and Android. It combines the three key Office apps, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, into a single mobile application. As Microsoft says, you'll no longer have to download each individual app. There's a new Actions pane in the app, and you should be able to use this to complete "common on-the-go" tasks, such as signing PDFs and sharing files. You can also scan documents with your mobile phone's camera, and turn it into a Word file that you can edit, or turn the data into tables in an Excel spreadsheet. You
  5. US pharmacy store says mobile app exposed names, prescription details, and shipping addresses. Walgreens, the second-largest pharmacy store in the US, said on Friday that its official mobile app contained a bug that exposed the personal details of some of its users. The leak, described as "an error within the Walgreens mobile app personal secure messaging feature," exposed details such as first and last name, prescription details, store number, and shipping addresses, where available. "Our investigation determined that an internal application error allowed certain pers
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