Tag Archive: Firebase


Thousands of Android and iOS apps are leaking your data through their Firebase backend

Apps are inadvertently leaking data through 2,271 misconfigured databases.

Firebase is a great service for any small developer who needs to have an online service at their disposal. It’s powered by Google and the company goes out of its way to help developers use it in their mobile apps. You can see by simply watching any Google I/O session video about Firebase that developer actually cheer when the service is mentioned.

Apparently, some of those developers have hit a  [Read More…]

Google Developers is answering your burning Firebase questions with a live Q&A session on May 26

For developers who attended or followed Google I/O 2016, the word “Firebase” picked up a lot of importance this last week. The powerful set of tools from Google that helps developers create, deploy, monetize and upgrade their apps saw a lot of attention at Google’s yearly developer conference, and naturally that generated a lot of questions.

To help get developers up to speed, Google is hosting a live Q&A session on May 26 at 3:30 p.m. PT (that’s 6:30 p.m.  [Read More…]