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Google to #remove #apps found #violating #Accessibility Services, creating #cyber security #issues

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

To better help users with disabilities, Android has a set of Accessibility Services that developers can use to improve their applications.

Google has warned app developers not to use its Accessibility Services – designed for users with disabilities – for other purposes that may create security issues, adding that it will remove such apps from its Play Store. To better help users with disabilities, Android has a set of Accessibility Services that developers can use to improve their applications.

“Google is most likely cracking down on Accessibility Services use due to security reasons. While applications like LastPass use the available APIs to identify password fields in other apps, this level of access can be used maliciously,” tech portal Android Police reported on Monday.

Google has sent an email to developers, stating that “unless developers can describe how the app properly uses the Accessibility Services to help users who are disabled, it will need to remove all requests for accessibility services or it will be taken off of the Play Store”, 9to5Google reported.

Apps like LastPass, Universal Copy, Clipboard Actions, Cerberus, Tasker and Network Monitor Mini use Accessibility Services.
The new directive could have major ramifications for several apps, especially those intended for customisation or power users.

“All violations are tracked. Serious or repeated violations of any nature will result in the termination of your developer account, and investigation and possible termination of related Google accounts,” Google said.

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What does creating a cybersecurity agency mean for the EU?

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Last month, in his annual State of the Union Address, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker announced a new pan-European cybersecurity agency, a new European certification scheme to ensure the safety of digital products and services, and some other related cybercrime measures. With this significant announcement, the EU admitted that to…

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Spark Networks and EliteSingles to Merge, Creating a Global Leader in Online Dating

To Purchase This Product/Services, Go To The Store Link Above Or Go To http://www.become007.com/store/ Spark Networks, Inc. (“Spark”) (NYSE MKT: LOV) and Affinitas GmbH (“EliteSingles”), which operates premium online dating platforms EliteSingles, eDarling and Attractive World, today announced that they have entered into a definitive …

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Teen mom accused of sexually abusing her baby and creating child porn

A young mother is accused of sexually abusing her infant son and producing child sexually abusive material.

Jazmine Nichole Pacyga, 19, of Muskegon Township “admitted” to performing oral sex on her 3-month-old baby, according to an abuse and neglect petition filed by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. The petition alleges the baby’s home is unsuitable due to “drunkenness and neglect.”

Pacyga’s parental rights have been suspended as a result and she has been lodged in the Muskegon County Jail on two felony charges.

Pacyga, who gave the court an address of 834 S. Sheridan Road, has been charged with first degree criminal sexual conduct and manufacturing child sexually abusive material.

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Creating Beauty Out of Life’s Stains

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The Power of Mistakes: Creating a Classroom Environment

Students and adults are afraid to make mistakes. This is a shame because some of the best discoveries and inventions come from failures! Mistakes lead to creativity, original thought, and ideas. In order to promote […]

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Creating Classroom Arts Centers: Visual Art

In any arts integrated classroom, implementing arts integration strategies, aligning content standards organically with standards in the fine arts, and crafting quality arts integrated lessons is key. However, there is room to allow for open-ended, […]

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Tips for Creating Arts Integrated Assessments

One of the biggest pain points for teachers new to arts integration and STEAM is the idea that both content areas being taught, the classroom content and the arts content, are assessed equitably. We often […]

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No More Counterfeit Credit Cards? Nanotechnology Creating The Possibility Of A Fraud-Free Future

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No More Counterfeit Credit Cards? Nanotechnology Creating The Possibility Of A Fraud-Free Future

CREDIT CARDfraud is on the rise in the United States. In 2014 alone, nearly 32 million customers had their credit card accounts breached. While the majority ofCREDIT CARD FRAUD incidents (45 percent) were related to online or card-not-present transactions, in which thieves used stolen card numbers to make online purchases, the second most common type of fraud was related to counterfeit cards. An astounding 37 percent of fraudulent transactions were due to criminals making fake cards using real customerACCOUNT information, and then using them to make purchases. The recent introduction of EMV, or chip-and-PIN cards, to U.S. consumers is in part designed to prevent credit card counterfeiting. Because individual transaction details, including account information, is encrypted into a one-time use code that is sent to the processor, it’s going to become more difficult for hackers and thieves to access the information that they need to make counterfeit cards. However, while chip-and-PIN cards are only just beginning to gain traction among banks, scientists remain hard at work to develop even more technology that will protect consumers and eliminate credit card fraud. Biometrics and Credit Cards Most of us by now are familiar with biometrics — the use of personal, unique characteristics […]

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Mobile Technology Vendors Making Money on Both Side of the Cyber Battlefield – Making Security Apps While Creating Hacking Apps National Cyber Security

nationalcybersecurity.com – Mobile technology companies generally make security apps to prevent hacking. But there is another side to that equation. They can also make apps that hack and spy your mobile phones. Mobile technol…

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