Posts in "iOS"

Your App, Our Security: Zimperium Launches Latest Version of Machine Learning-Based Security for Mobile Apps

Zimperium is announcing the availability of the latest version of zIAP, our industry-leading, machine learning-based mobile security solution developed specifically to embed into existing mobile apps. Organizations who build mobile apps frequently struggle with how to successfully meet the critical need to protect sensitive data, reduce fraud and ensure security for mobile users. zIAP meets … Read More

CVE-2018-4282: Out-of-bounds read vulnerability in AppleT8015PPM.kext

Researchers: Adam Donenfeld (@doadam) Relevant Operating Systems: iOS, tvOS and watchOS CVE: CVE-2018-4282   Summary As a part of our ongoing mobile platform research, zLabs recently discovered a read-out-of-bounds vulnerability in the AppleT8015PPM.kext that allows an attacker to read out of its supplied structureInput. The read data is being used as a dictionary. Details Selector … Read More

Zimperium Announces Support for Google Cloud

Zimperium is proud to be the global leader in enterprise mobile security. While many of our detection and architectural innovations have come from the efforts of our incredible mobile security experts, others are the result of following one time-tested rule: listening to our customers. One thing customers have consistently told us is that they want … Read More

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