Will the Real Hummer Trojan Please Stand Up?

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

Zimperium Awarded Gold Status for Golden Bridge Awards®

We’re excited to announce that we recently earned the prestigious Gold status in the Golden Bridge Awards® for Mobile Security Solution – Innovations. The annual Golden Bridge Awards program encompasses the world’s best in every major industry. Categories include the following: organizational performance, innovations, products and services, executives and management teams, women in business, public … Read More

Pokémon Go: the Security Cost of Catching ’em All

For the past two weeks, full-grown adults, college students and children have all been roaming around the country in search of Pokémon (gotta catch ’em all, right?). This augmented reality mobile phenomenon has removed people from their home and encouraged them to explore their neighborhoods, but catching them all has come at a cost: beyond … Read More

Zimperium Integrates With SAP to Enhance Mobile Security

We all understand why mobile cybersecurity is important. There are bad actors out there exploiting very vulnerable devices. Some debate the value of data on mobile devices based on situation but we all agree proprietary information needs to be kept secure. We recently announced an integration with SAP, the third largest software company in the … Read More

Stagefright: One Year Later

It’s been exactly one year since Joshua J. Drake, our zLabs VP of Platform Research and Exploitation, disclosed Stagefright — one of the worst Android vulnerabilities to date. Stagefright impacted nearly 1 billion Android devices total, and up to 850 million devices remain vulnerable as of March 2016. Stagefright gives attackers, armed with only a … Read More