How to Stop the Menace of Android Rooting Malware Attacks with RASP

Android Malware

One of the key security issues facing organizations that support Android devices is the risk of rooting malware. A number of malware families on the Android mobile OS attempt to obtain root access once installed because the elevated privileges gained come in handy to perform malicious activities. There is, however, a way to detect rooting and protect your organization and mobile application users from malicious attacks – Runtime Application Self-Protection… Read more

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PSD2: Is this the End of SMS-based Authentication?

SMS Authentication

Banks and payment service providers sometimes rely on SMS to verify the identity of a person who wishes to make a wire transfer or confirm a payment. They send an SMS message with a one-time password (OTP) to the person’s mobile phone, and the user has to enter this OTP into the application of the bank or payment service provider. In this blog post I discuss whether SMS-based authentication will… Read more

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