Zimperium users are safe from Gooligan. A new threat, called Gooligan, which is a family of Android-based malware, has compromised more than 1M Google accounts — and many of those are enterprise users. “Not surprisingly, a malware, spread in unofficial markets, can create real damage,” said Zimperium founder and CTO, Zuk Avraham. Gooligan fully compromised the … Read More
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By: Zuk Avraham Follow Zuk Avraham (@ihackbanme) Joshua DrakeFollow Joshua Drake (@jduck) Last year, we disclosed a series of critical vulnerabilities within Android’s multimedia processing code — libstagefright. We promised to release the exploit for testing purposes and quickly published our exploit for CVE-2015-1538 targeting the Galaxy Nexus running Android 4.0.4. We delivered this exploit … Read More
Pegasus is a sophisticated trojan targeting the iOS platform. It provides an attacker abilities to remotely monitor and capture communication from a device (including calls, texts, Whatsapp, Viber, etc). A successful attack transforms a device running iOS into a powerful surveillance tool. This is a persistent attack and enables an attacker to remotely update and … Read More
‘Quadrooter’ is a group of four vulnerabilities affecting specific Android devices leveraging the Qualcomm chipset and associated driver code. These four vulnerabilities are a small part of the 36 vulnerabilities reported from the same class of bug (privilege escalation) for the same vendor (Qualcomm) that were fixed as part of August 5th Android Nexus monthly … Read More
Several researchers have reported on the discovery of Hummer Trojan, as one calls it, or HummingBad as another calls it. Another said it was also known as Shedun. Zimperium’s customers are safe from this recently discussed threat even before these threats were published. The attack was detected through our z9 machine learning engine without requiring … Read More