Flubot vs. Zimperium

Over the past few weeks, reports of the newest aggressive malware family to impact Android devices have made the rounds. Flubot, the credential and banking malware family, uses SMS phishing techniques to propagate to its victims, purporting to be various vendors and delivery services. The group behind this aggressive malware takes advantage of a common … Read More

Android Trojans Infect APKPure and Huawei App Stores

Two new active and aggressive Android Trojan variants have been discovered in the wild, impacting users taking advantage of two alternatives, non-Google Play app stores (“third-party” app stores). The discoveries are examples of how malware can spread through other sources outside of Google Play, and highlight the importance of sideloading detection, on-device malware detection, and … Read More

New Advanced Android Malware Posing as “System Update”

Another week, and another major mobile security risk. A few weeks ago, Zimperium zLabs researchers disclosed unsecured cloud configurations exposing information in thousands of legitimate iOS and Android apps (you can read more about it in our blog). This week, zLabs is warning Android users about a sophisticated new malicious app. The new malware disguises … Read More

Why Leading Cities and States Should be Protecting ‘Digital Citizens’ from Mobile Threats

When most people think of Zimperium, they may recognize us as the leader in enterprise mobile device and app security. Or, they have seen the recent news on the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), a U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) organization, selecting us to deliver comprehensive Mobile Endpoint Protection (MEP) to the unclassified government furnished … Read More