Posts in "Mobile Threat Defense"

Detecting KRACK Man in the Middle Attacks

What is KRACK? KRACK (Key Reinstallation attaCKs, KRACKs) is a serious weakness in the WPA2 protocol. WPA2 secures all modern protected Wi-Fi networks including those used by smartphones. Attackers within physical range of a Wi-Fi network can exploit protocol weaknesses by using key reinstallation attacks. The attack works against all modern protected Wi-Fi networks and … Read More

Validating Machine Learning Detection of Mobile Malware

Zimperium’s core machine learning engine, z9, has a proven track record of detecting zero-day exploits. We recently announced an extension of the framework that detects previously unknown mobile malware. This extension is known as “z9 for Mobile Malware”, and was officially announced in September 2017. Internally, the code name has been “Cogito”, so this research … Read More

Mobile Threat Defense for Intune

Zimperium’s z9 technology and mobile threat defense is available for Microsoft Enterprise Mobility + Security deployments. Customers using Intune can receive threat intelligence from mobile devices and implement the risk-based conditional access policies popular with Intune deployments. John Michelsen has been leading the efforts with Microsoft and is excited to offer our technology to Intune … Read More

Your Guide to Mobile Threat Defense

“The signs are clear that mobile threats can no longer be ignored. Security and risk management leaders must familiarize themselves with mobile threat defense solutions and plan to gradually integrate them to mitigate mobile risks.”* *Gartner Market Guide for Mobile Threat Defense Solutions, Dionisio Zumerle, John Girard, 22 August 2017 Gartner recently released its second … Read More

Fake Snapchat in Google Play Store

Zimperium discovered and reported a fake version of the popular Snapchat app in the official Google Play Store; At the time of our discovery, it was the second result when searching for “Snapchat”. The fake version of Snapchat app is using “Snap Inc .” as Company Name, with a  ” .” appended to original name. … Read More