What does this new research mean for users in the cloud? Vulnerabilities that are exploited within mobile browsers can lead to much larger problems, especially for lawyers whom are dealing with sensitive and confidential data. Apps are generally more secure as many are implemented with automatic encryption and other security methods. And a secure cloud backup service such as cloudHQ can keep your data safe in case you happen to be one of the unlucky few that have their security breached due to exploited vulnerabilities in mobile browsers.
Users wishing to perform their own security checks can hire an IT consultant or step up to the future- cloud-based penetration testing with CloudCracker. CloudCracker is a SaaS (Software as a Service) application that will perform security testing on your network, at a fairly low price as well.
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- CocCoc Releases Corom And Enters the Browser Wars in Vietnam (techinasia.com)
- Google Chrome And Internet Explorer Best Browsers For Anti-Malware-Protection, Says Report (traxarmstrong.com)
- Mozilla And Samsung Teaming Up To Make A New Mobile Browser Engine: Meet 'Servo' (androidpolice.com)
- Browser Split - Google And Opera Fork WebKit To Blink (i-programmer.info)