/Tag:Android

RSAConference 2018: Thanks to all who stopped by at the booth and met us

Thanks to all who stopped by at the booth and met us. Weren’t you at RSA Conference? Here's the opportunity to download our company overview with the main topics addressed during the event.  

April 21st, 2018|

White Paper – Mobile Financial Malware 2017 Threat Report

This document describes the evolution and trends in Android malware behaviour with a focus on the financial context. After an initial contextualisation and an explanation of the usual anatomy of a mobile malware attack, the current landscape is presented with some interesting statistics. In conclusion, the MORE® malware engine is introduced explaining the benefits of [...]

April 12th, 2018|

White Paper – Intel – Android Ubiquitous leakage through VFS (CVE-2017-13165)

As widely known, the Android operating system is based on Linux. Even if it has been subjected to a heavy customisation to improve it in terms of performance and security on mobile/embedded devices, it still preserves a lot of interesting concepts and components of its parent, one of them is the “everything is a file” [...]

April 10th, 2018|

MORE® and SEAP® Mobile SDK iOS v2.1.6 – Android v2.3.3: Release Notes

iOS - Extended supported username max length from 32 to 128 characters; - General optimisation; - Minor fixes and improvements. Android - Extended ABI support to armeabi-v7a and arm64-v8a; - Optimised Malware Engine network data transmission; - Extended security checks surface; - Minor fixes and improvements.

March 9th, 2018|

Android Security: Pixel / Nexus Security Bulletin CVE-2017-13165

Thanks to our Security Analysts CVE-2017-13165 was acknowledged to XTN.  

January 30th, 2018|

Mobile malware detection from inside out: protect your customers

Android malware is on the rise along with the popularity of Android OS. Malware writers are using novel techniques to create malicious Android applications which severely undermine the capability of traditional malware detectors which are ineffective towards detecting these unknown malicious applications. One of the last malware discovered, dubbed Expensive Wall, has infected about 21 [...]

September 25th, 2017|