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Dissecting the Android KorBanker malware

Dissecting the Android KorBanker malware

KorBanker is a malware currently making the rounds on Android devices. It’s only targeting banking customers in South Korea, especially customers of the following banks: Hana Bank, IBK One, KB Kookmin Bank, NH Bank, Woori Bank, and Shinhan Bank. For the coders of this malware, the objective, of course, is to steal user credentials and use it to transfer money […]

Pixelknot: Steganography app for Android

Pixelknot: Steganography app for Android

With digital privacy, security and anonymity in the public consciousness, thanks to information revealed by Edward Snowden, any tool or application that can help you communicate securely with your friends is always welcome. One such tool that just been released is called Pixelknot. Developed by The Guardian Project for Android devices, Pixelknot is a steganography application “that allows users to […]

Bouncing malware from Android Market

The battle between malware writers and those trying to make their life miserable is a never ending one, will forever be a never ending one. The nature of the battle field makes it so. The bad guys will always find a way, sooner or later, to penetrate the security wall around an application. And as soon as one hole is […]

Android Vulnerability: Use Precaution on Public WiFi

Yesterday, researchers from Germany’s University of Ulm reported that some Android applications transmit sensitive authentication data without properly securing it, making people vulnerable to having their private data (e.g. Calendar Contacts, Pictures) accessed by an attacker. When a vulnerable device transmits its authentication data, an attacker can eavesdrop and view transmitted data if you are connected to a public WiFi […]

Three New Android Vulnerabilities Released

Smartphone security has become a popular topic amongst security researchers, with three new vulnerabilities released in the last two weeks alone. Speakers at BlackHat Abu Dhabi, HouSecCon, and Intel’s Annual Security Conference have released new vulnerabilities in Android that allow attackers to execute arbitrary code or install apps without user intervention. Last week, Alert Logic released exploit code that targets […]