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Most Versions of Android have SMiShing Vulnerability

Researchers at NC State University have discovered a vulnerability that allows a zero-permission App to fake SMS messages and thus lead to potential SMS Phishing (or SMiShing).   By creating fake SMS messages from legitimate looking sources, a mal-ware app could fool a user into clicking on a link to a rogue site with the intension of…

Post by Bobby DeSimone and Scott Ellis November 5, 2012
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Android Handset Makers – Adding Value or Vulnerabilities?

So many things in life can cause perception to over take reality and one great example of that is as it relates to Google’s Android security. Android itself is a very robust and security minded operating system backed by one of the best security research teams in the business. One of the big things that…

Post by The eEye Research Team October 10, 2011
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The Reality of “The Dirty Dozen” and why I love Google Chrome

If you have been following your security news the last couple of days you will have seen that there have been a handful of headlines about the “Dirty Dozen” most vulnerable applications with Google Chrome coming in at number one. Just from that fact alone I became quickly suspicious on the science behind the calculations…

Post by Marc Maiffret November 17, 2010
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