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Fed-backed company develops tool to scan smart phones for security gaps
Wednesday - 7/25/2012, 10:00am EDT
According to the cybersecurity website DarkReading.com, unknown files would automatically be sent to Duo Security for further analysis. So far the app, called X-Ray, is only available for Android phones.
The app was downloaded 15,000 times in the first eight hours it was available, according to the site.
The software project was one of the first to get funding under a DARPA initiative to spur innovative security research, DarkReading.com reported.
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