Category Archives: android

Terrarium TV: the Greatest Android Film Streaming App Faces Unsure Future

Oleh | Disember 10, 2017

In early 2014, Popcorn Time turned the patron finish of the piracy world the wrong method up. Using a BitTorrent backend and a gorgeous interface, Popcorn Time actually lived as a lot as its promise of being the Netflix for Pirates. Adopted by tens of millions of customers, it quickly grew to become a family… Read More »

What Acquired Us Into the SHA1 Deprecation Mess?

Oleh | Oktober 5, 2017

Important notice: After I revealed this textual content Adam Langley pointed out that a main assumption is incorrect: Android 2.2 really has no issues with SHA256-signed certificates. I checked this myself and in an emulated Android 2.2 instance I used to be in a position to join with a website with a SHA256-signed certificates. I… Read More »

Fake Apps Take Advantage of Super Mario Run Release

Oleh | Disember 20, 2016

Earlier this year, we talked about how cybercriminals took advantage of the popularity of Pokemon Go to launch their own malicious apps. As 2016 comes to a close, we observe the same thing happening to another of Nintendo’s game properties: Super Mario. The Super Mario franchise has been a key part of Nintendo’s video game business, with multiple title… Read More »

Fake Apps Take Advantage of Mario Run Release

Oleh | Disember 20, 2016

Earlier this year, we talked about how cybercriminals took advantage of the popularity of Pokemon Go to launch their own malicious apps. As 2016 comes to a close, we observe the same thing happening to another of Nintendo’s game properties: Super Mario. The Super Mario franchise has been a key part of Nintendo’s video game business, with multiple title… Read More »

New Flavor of Dirty COW Attack Discovered, Patched

Oleh | Disember 7, 2016

Dirty COW (designated as CVE-2016-5195) is a Linux vulnerability that was first disclosed to the public in October 2016. It was a serious privilege escalation flaw that allowed an attacker to gain root access on the targeted system. It was described as an “ancient bugby Linus Torvalds and was quickly patched once it was disclosed, Read More »

Security Update Patches 13 Android Vulnerabilities Discovered by Trend Micro

Oleh | November 1, 2016

by Seven Shen, Ecular Xu and Wish Wu Mobile threats are trending upward, with vulnerability exploits gaining traction. The silver lining? More of these vulnerabilities are also disclosed, analyzed and detected. This helps better mitigate Android devices from zero-days and malware, enabling OEMs/vendors to more proactively respond to these threats. This is echoed by our… Read More »

DressCode and its Potential Impact for Enterprises

Oleh | September 30, 2016

Threats to mobile users have grown quickly in the span of only a few months. Trend Micro’s Mobile App Reputation Service (MARS) has counted 16.6 million malware detections as of August 2016, a 40% leap from detections listed in January. The Android platform continues to be particularly susceptible, with one specific malware family called “DressCode” steadily… Read More »

Pirate Android App ‘Retailer’ Member Jailed For 46 Months

Oleh | September 1, 2016

A unique FBI operation carried out four years ago targeted several pirate Android app marketplaces, seizing their domains and arresting their operators. This month saw the first conviction, with SnappzMarket’s ‘PR managerScott Walton receiving a 46-month prison sentence for conspiracy to commit copyright infringement.

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