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If banking means powering up your smartphone, it’s time to get wise to which applications, or apps, are keeping your personal information secure. Digital forensics and security firm viaForensics conducted a mobile application security study to determine how well some of the most popular consumer apps protect sensitive data. Only 14 of 32 Android and iPhone financial