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Smartphones at risk of malicious code injection through HTML5-based apps

2014/03/31

SC Magazine - (International) Researchers at Syracuse University published a paper detailing how HTML5-based smartphone apps could allow for devices to be targeted with a new Cross-Device Scripting (XDS) attack that could inject malicious code via WiFi scanning, SMS messaging, or other means.

Source: http://www.scmagazine.com/smartphones-at-risk-of-malicious-code-injection-through-html5-based-apps/article/340513/

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