Geek Reading August 18, 2015

Leading today’s articles, Mozilla announces Webmaker. It is meant to target first-time smart phone users who are mostly mobile-only and give them an opportunity to create on the web. In security, Bits, Please! continues their series on an Android issue, this time getting through to a linux kernel privilege escalation vulnerability. LinkedIn talks about QARK, a tool to improve Android application security. Lastly, the Android team announces the preview of Android 6.0, Android Marshmallow.

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