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Security in mobile devices. Issues concerning regular cellphones, smartphones, tablet computers and other portable information devices all fit into this category. If your question is specific to one of the following, use it instead: [phone], [smartphone], [iphone], [ios], [windows-phone], [android].

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API key is stored inside native code portion of the application, not in plain text, but encrypted with an algorithm that is very complex and thus harder to reverse engineer than VM bytecode. So I n …
answered Dec 26 '16 by Eugene
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If you used that SIM card on a phone, which previously had registered SIM card in it, service provider can match those two SIMs via IMEI, and, given the SIM is easy to change yet device is not, might …
answered Jan 16 '17 by Eugene