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Category: Mobile Hacking

Android Applications in Google Play Store Capitalize on Coronavirus Breakout

By Yash Kudal 0 Comment March 27, 2020

The continuing coronavirus breakout is becoming an opportunity for attackers to introduce variety of  malware attacks, phishing, and build scam sites and malicious tracker applications. Now in a new trend, third-party Android app developers have started using this scenario to use coronavirus-related keywords in their application names, descriptions, or package names and to insert a […]

Covidlock: A Tracking Application infecting Android Smartphones

By Yash Kudal 0 Comment March 20, 2020

Over the past few months, there are number of reports of hackers using the global COVID-19 pandemic to attack users to steal financial credentials and now in the latest trend, cyber criminals have launched a malicious coronovirus software application. When any user comes to the site, they will be asked to download the Android app. […]

Cookiethief:- A Cookie Stealing Malware For Android

By Yash Kudal 0 Comment March 17, 2020

A new but dangerous version of Android malware has been discovered that steals users authentication cookies from web browsers and other applications, including Chrome and Facebook, which are installed on compromised devices. The malware is called “Cookiethief” which is commonly known as Kaspersky Trojan which works by retrieving the root privileges on the target device, […]

Keyloggers can be built using a smartphone’s gyroscope sensor and how Android users can be safeguarded.

By Aneesh A S 0 Comment February 28, 2020

All smartphones are equipped with a sensor called gyroscope. It determines the precise direction of the device`s tilt. This can be used to automatically activate some functions like auto-rotate screen , handling a vehicle in a racing game and many more. These sensors are becoming more precise as smartphones evolve. Two researchers from UC Davis […]

Misconfigured firebase exposes users data

By Yash Kudal 0 Comment February 28, 2020

Investigators with the mobile security company Appthority have some disturbing news for iOS and Android mobile users: a vulnerability at the developer’s side revealing sensitive data. This disclosed information, including sensitive personal information, plain text passwords, and more, were affected as a result of what experts called Firebase vulnerability. Similar to other previously discovered application […]

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