DoubleDirect – Zimperium Discovers Full-Duplex ICMP Redirect Attacks in the Wild

By: Esteban Pellegrino, Zuk Avraham, Patrick Murray and Rachel Ackerly. Zimperium Mobile Security Labs have investigated during the last year a dangerous type of attack technique in the wild being exploited by attackers. Aptly named “DoubleDirect,” this attack is a type of “Man-in-the-Middle” attack (MITM) enabling an attacker to redirect a victim’s traffic to the … Read More

2015 Mobile Security Predictions – Mobile Attacks Move Mainstream

As 2014 inches to an end, Zimperium Mobile Security Labs researchers are actively preparing to stay one step ahead of attackers in the ever changing mobile security threat landscape. Due to the growing mobile device market, and the recent wave of attacks like Shellshock, Poodle, WireLurker and DoubleDirect, the Zimperium Mobile Security Labs team predicts … Read More

Is Your Mobile Device Putting Your Company at Risk?

The Three Ways Your Mobile Device is Putting Your Company at Risk The explosion of mobile devices has changed the way people live and work. Enterprises want to take advantage of the productivity benefits mobile devices present without compromising an organization’s sensitive IP. With more business being conducted on the go, outside of the office, … Read More

Welcoming Shridhar Mittal to the Z family

Earlier this year I promised big changes at Zimperium. We announced our Series A funding, launched Zimperium Mobile Threat Defense system with the World’s first Mobile IPS, and most recently made zANTI2 our award-winning mobile assessment tool completely free for community usage. Well, I’m excited to say that we have even more good news to … Read More

Nation-state attacks exist on iOS

Yesterday reports surfaced about China potentially using malware targeted at iPhone users to spy on Hong Kong protesters. Is it possible that a nation-state attack on an iOS device would be so bold as to use the words ODAY in its attack? Possibly… But what’s more important here is not the accuracy of the attack … Read More