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Meraki Systems Manager SaaS

Meraki Systems Manager offers simple, immediate and centralized endpoint device management. The beauty of this product is the simplicity. It is up and running within minutes and performs the basic functions necessary to manage and secure all network devices. It is also easily scalable, making it a viable option for organizations of any size. From…
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MobileIron UEM R64

MobileIron UEM secures modern device platforms with zero sign-on, multi-factor authentication (MFA) and mobile threat detection. The product aggregates device and application information in a single pane of glass for easy provisioning, configuration and management across the entire deployment lifecycle. MobileIron UEM always verifies devices, applications, users and networks. This “never trust, always verify” approach…
iPhone's are also susceptible to hacking.
Mobile Security, Security News

Federally funded Unimax smartphone pre-loaded with malware

The Unimax UMX U686CL is a Chinese-made smartphone distributed by the federally funded Assured Wireless by Virgin Mobile has been found to come pre-loaded with two malicious applications. Malwarebytes researchers found the malware every owner finds on their phone is Wireless Update and amazingly the device’s own Settings app, neither of which can be removed…
Malware, Security News

Google app vulnerability being exploited in the wild: Trend Micro

The Sidewinder APT group has been actively abusing a Binder vulnerability in at least three apps found in the Google Play store. The three apps, all file manager and photography tools, were uploaded starting in March 2019, but have since been removed. The apps involved are Camero, FileCrypt and callCam. The vulnerability effects several Android…
Application Security, Mobile Security, Security News, Vulnerabilities

Two information-disclosing bugs found in Twitter Android

In the span of five days, reports of two Twitter Android app vulnerabilities have surfaced: one that could cause attackers to view nonpublic account information or control accounts, and another that reportedly allowed a researcher to look up details on 17 million accounts. In a Dec. 20 blog post, Twitter noted that it issued an…
Cybercrime, Mobile Security, Security News

Over 100 apps found to serve unwanted ads using ‘Soraka’ SDK

More than 100 Android applications that were downloaded over 4.6 million times via the Google Play Store were found to contain malicious code that delivers unwanted, out-of-context (OOC) advertisements to users. The code, a software development kit called Soraka, typically delivers its first OOC ad just after a device is unlocked, according to a new…
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APTs/cyberespionage, Security News

CallerSpy spyware: Possibly the first phase of a targeted attack

A new cyberespionage tool called CallerSpy was revealed by Trend Micro, but exactly what the developer’s intentions are for the malware is still unknown. CallerSpy was first spotted in May on the typosquatted website https://gooogle[.]press/ where it was advertised as a chat app called Chatrious. Using the misspelled Google name in the URL appears to…
Cybercrime, Malware, Mobile Security, Phishing, Security News, Vulnerabilities

Exploited Android flaw ‘StrandHogg’ enables phishing overlays, malicious permissions

Attackers have been actively exploiting an Android vulnerability that allows malicious apps to display dangerous permission requests and phishing overlays under the guise of a legitimate app. Dubbed StrandHogg (an old Norse Viking term), the flaw resides in Android’s taskAffinity control setting, and can be successfully abused without having to first gain root access, according…
Security News, Vulnerabilities

Google camera app flaw endangered millions of devices

A vulnerability in the Google Camera Application left millions of Google and Samsung smartphones open to being potentially abused potentially letting a malicious actor to take photos, download images and video and listen in to phone calls. The flaw, CVE-2019-2234, is a permission bypass issue that enables real-time access to a phone through the camera…
Cybercrime, Malware, Mobile Security, Security News

49 Google Play app titles found to deliver pesky ads

Researchers recently uncovered 49 adware-laced Android apps that were downloaded from the Google Play store more than 3 million times, collectively, before they were reportedly removed. Many of the apps were disguised as games, video editors and stylized photo and filter programs. Sample titles included Cut Out Studio Pro, Tattoo Maker, Bubble Effect, CLOWN MASK,…
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