TikTok is the Rule, Not the Exception, When it Comes to Mobile App Privacy and Security Risks

Unfortunately for TikTok, 2020 isn’t starting off well. The video-sharing social networking service that was under fire by U.S. legislatures in 2019, is being banned by the U.S. Army, prohibiting soldiers from using it on government-owned devices, citing a potential security risk. Army spokeswoman Lt. Col. Robin Ochoa told Military.com the Chinese social media app … Read More

Privacy and Security Issues Found in Popular Shopping Apps

Just in time for Black Friday, Cyber Monday and the holiday shopping season, we investigated the most recent versions* of 30 of the leading, well-known mobile shopping applications to see how the application providers protect users from security and privacy risks.  The results based on our Advanced Application Analysis z3A technology are alarming: 100% of … Read More

How Zimperium’s z9 Detected Unknown Mobile Malware Overlooked by the AV Industry

Introduction Thousands of new malicious apps are being released for mobile devices every day. And thousands more variations of older malware are being released too. Unfortunately, many of these new/old threats are not being detected by the existing mobile malware technology. Organizations need next generation machine learning-based solutions that can effectively detect these unknown malware … Read More

Security and Privacy Issues Found in Popular Travel Apps

Planned your holiday travel just yet? Too soon? Not according to experts who told The Today Show the best time to book your Thanksgiving AND Christmas travel plans are before Halloween. After Halloween, fares go up, layover possibilities increase as does ending up in the middle seat.  The truth is, whenever you book travel – … Read More