Attackers could exploit over-the-air updates in three million Android devices to remotely execute commands with root privileges via a man-in-the-middle (MiTM) attack.
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Qualcomm and HackerOne are partnering for a bug bounty program that pays out up to $15,000 for vulnerabilities found in chipsets used in smartphones made by Samsung, LG and HTC.
A vulnerability in iOS 8, 9, 10, and even the most recent beta version, 10.2 beta 3, could allow an attacker to access photos and contacts on a locked iPhone.
Security experts warn iPhone call history data may be synced to iCloud accounts without user knowledge, making personal phone records an easy target for a determined third-party.
Academics audited the popular end-to-end encryption app Signal and their findings are encouraging.
Mobile app developers need to be aware of improper OAuth 2.0 implementations that have put one billion mobile apps at risk to takeover.
A phishing campaign is targeting some of the 22 million victims of the massive United States Office of Personnel Management breaches of 2014 and 2015.
An issue in iOS WebView that is trivial to exploit can give an attacker the ability to trigger phone calls from a targeted device, researcher Collin Mulliner said.
Google’s November Android Security Bulletin patched 15 critical vulnerabilities, but only a supplemental patch for the Dirty Cow Linux vulnerability.
Researchers warn commodity Android spyware called Exaspy is being used to target high-profile executives.