I had to do it. Afterall, I talk about it with customers and prospects daily. Had to see for myself. About a week ago, I was on a train in Australia. Heading from Melbourne to my home in Essendon at about 4:50pm. There were about 60 passengers riding along and I needed to finish up … Read More
Posts in "Mobile Security"
According to Threatpost, another new malicious Android app – dubbed “Monokle”- is gaining attention. While Monokle has some interesting capabilities (e.g., making extensive use of Android accessibility services to exfiltrate data and predictive-text dictionaries to understand a target’s interests), it is still basically another malicious app. Monokle is a highly-targeted malicious app (Monokle has been … Read More
As the worldwide leader in mobile threat defense (MTD), no company protects more enterprise mobile devices than Zimperium. As a result, we have incredibly rich and unmatched forensic data about mobile device, network, phishing and app risks and attacks from all around the world. Based on popular demand, Zimperium held a free webinar on July … Read More
New reports are published every week about privacy and security problems affecting everyday consumers via mobile apps. FaceApp, the mobile app for iOS and Android, uses neural network technology to automatically generate highly realistic transformations of faces in photographs. The app can transform a face to make it smile, look younger, look older, or change … Read More
The latest security and privacy hysteria involving apps is “FaceApp” – – which may or may not upload all of your photos to a server owned by a Russian company. The app which ages you (and who doesn’t want to be aged) is all the rage. My son, who is at summer camp, sent me … Read More