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Posts Tagged ‘SMiShing’

Most Versions of Android have SMiShing Vulnerability

Posted November 5, 2012    Bobby DeSimone and Scott Ellis

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…

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