Posts in "iOS"

zLabs at HITB Singapore: The Road to iOS Sandbox Escape

This week at HITB Singapore, Zimperium zLabs’ security researcher, Rani Idan (@raniXCH), is conducting a session titled “The Road to iOS Sandbox Escape.” Rani’s fellow zLab’s researcher, Adam Donenfeld (@doadam), is also conducting a session titled “Viewer Discretion Advised: (De)coding an iOS Vulnerability.” Here is the abstract for Rani’s session. We will post the recording of the session when it is available. If … Read More

zLabs at HITB Singapore: (De)coding an iOS Vulnerability

This week at HITB Singapore, Zimperium zLabs’ security researcher, Adam Donenfeld (@doadam) is conducting a session titled “Viewer Discretion Advised: (De)coding an iOS Vulnerability.” Another zLabs researcher, Rani Idan (@raniXCH), is also doing a session titled “The Road to iOS Sandbox Escape.” Here is the abstract for Adam’s session. We will post the recording of the session when it is available. If you would … Read More

ziVA: Zimperium’s iOS Video Audio Kernel Exploit

Follow @doadam Following my previous post, I’m releasing ziVA: a fully chained iOS kernel exploit that (should) work on all the iOS devices running iOS 10.3.1 or earlier. The exploit itself consists of multiple vulnerabilities that were discovered all in the same module: AppleAVEDriver. The exploit will be covered in depth in my HITBGSEC talk … Read More

ZPI: One approach to rule them all

In 1975, a book was published that changed the way we approach complex problems. Inspired on how nature works “Adaptation in Natural and Artificial Systems” set the bases of genetic algorithms. The release date of this blogpost is strongly linked to that book, it is a symbolic tribute to its author, John Henry Holland, who … Read More