Posts tagged Mobile
RSA 2016: Two Themes Take Center Stage

The 25th annual RSA Conference was held last week in San Francisco, California, and while many topics were carried over from last year’s conference, one topic seemed to be at the forefront – Apple v. FBI. Unsurprising, considering the event attracts mostly hackers and cybersecurity professionals, was the overall sentiment in support of Apple’s pro-encryption stance.

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“Stagefright” Bug Leaves Up to 950 Million Android Devices Vulnerable

In April of 2015, Joshua Drake, a mobile security researcher at Zimperium zLabs, discovered the largest Android vulnerability to date. The flaw, named “Stagefright” after the mobile platform’s media playback engine, critically affects 95% of all Android devices, or about 950 million mobile devices. Any mobile device running Android OS 2.2 or later is vulnerable, to include the following Android OS versions: Froyo, Gingerbread, Honeycomb, Ice Cream Sandwich, Jelly Bean, KitKat, and Lollipop.

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