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  • A fresh Android vulnerability dubbed “occupy your icons” by mobile researchers has been uncovered. It allows a malicious app to replace legitimate Android home screen icons with fake ones that point to phishing apps or malware-serving websites.
  • Heartbleed, a vulnerability in the OpenSSL crypto software library, has left millions of websites potentially vulnerable to data leakage, in what some security experts are calling the most significant security problem in recent memory.
  • A series of bots have invaded the Android version of dating app Tinder, and are spreading dangerous downloads after luring users with tempting profiles and pictures stolen from an Arizona-based photography studio.
  • Apple has fixed 25 memory corruption security flaws in the WebKit framework, with an update to its Safari web browser for Mavericks. Most of the issues could result in remote code execution.
  • Connected cars are continuing to wheel their way into consumer lives, with some, like Elon Musk’s Tesla line of electric vehicles, serving as prototypes for the Internet of Things (IoT)-enabled future. Sleek, sustainable and connected, the Tesla Model S is a futuristic automobile, with a robust set of communications capabilities. But because it connects with car owners and the Tesla infrastructure using a variety of TCP/IP mechanisms, one researcher is highlighting potential security issues.
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