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Mobile Report 2016

This document is a synthesis regarding the results of a Security Assessment activity, based on a sample of mobile apps, released by institutes and companies such as bank and finance services, on-demand multimedia content providers, automotive, home automation, social and enterprise management, from the Italian and worldwide scenes. In consideration of the exponential growth of [...]

December 20th, 2016|

Mobile Security Token? Not As Secure As You Think

Security researcher Bernhard Mueller states that mobile applications that create tokens for two-factor authentication can be hacked and cloned by malware. The security expert Bernhard Mueller has published a detailed report on compromising software token generators on mobile devices that are used for two-factor authentication (usually a password or a pin).  The software token generators [...]

September 28th, 2016|

Smartphone: An Extension Of Ourselves

Every smartphone knows more about us, than what we know about it. It’s able to know where users have been, thanks to the GPS data, with whom and for how long, the birthdays of all acquaintances. Also, smartphones are in constant contact with the bank details, the company account, data relating to health, the payment [...]

June 30th, 2016|

Release 1.4.0 Windows Phone 10 Recommended

Version 1.4.0 contains the compatibilities led by the evolution of the devices and includes: Native support for WP10; General Update for Windows Phone Platform; Compatibility Release 1.4.0 is compatible with SMASH® version 6.0 or higher. MORE® Core Engine is a Cloud-base service. It is always up to date! MORE® SDK Libraries are also compatible with [...]

June 30th, 2016|

GM Bot: The Mobile Malware For Free

What happens when a malware code is sold on underground board by black-hat vendors to fraudsters buyers? A source code leaked and a massive attack happened. This is what happened in December 2015, when the source code for the Android malware GM Bot, developed to perpetrate mobile banking frauds, was leaked by buyers and sold for free [...]

April 6th, 2016|