Addressing Critical iOS “Zero-Click” Mail Vulnerabilities

Recently, two vulnerabilities were disclosed in the default iOS Mail application that have existed since 2012 (iOS 6). According to the disclosing company, ZecOps, both vulnerabilities allow remote code execution capabilities and enable an attacker to remotely infect a device. ZecOps has also reported that both vulnerabilities were triggered in-the-wild against high-value targets. Apple confirmed … Read More

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. “Hide” – How Covert Malware Made it into Apple’s App Store

Today, enterprises feature a mixture of corporate and employee-owned mobile devices with the average individual downloading anywhere from 60 to 90 apps onto his/her mobile device. A fact keeping many CISOs up at night because while most apps are safe, even one malicious app – inadvertently downloaded – can compromise an entire organization.  The Zimperium … Read More