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  1. Adb device not authorized

    Salut, Am avut instalat kali nethunter pe un nexus 5 si am dat din prostie factory reset. Ideea e ca acum cand incerc cu nexus root toolkit sa ii fac root din nou primesc mesajul "device not authorized". Am incercat cam tot: reenable developer mode etc, tot ce e in linkul asta: https://tutel.me/c/android/questions/153913/adb+device+unauthorized+android+601+nexus+6p Imi si lipseste la developer options "Revoke USB debugging authorization" Sistem de operare 6.0.1 build M4B30Z. La kernel version imi apare inca root@kali. Pot copia in vreo cale cheia publica a pc-ului? SuperSU nu detecteaza root-ul, dar in twrp inca mai e structura de directoare ca in kali. Multumesc.
  2. Am primit cadou un telefon Android care are o alicatie ce se numeste Transmisii celulare, ce poate fi si cum o fac sa functioneze. La setari are: Transmisie celulara: on/off setat pe on Durata alerta: 6 secunde Notificare alerta: la fiecare 2 minute Vibrare: on/off Mesaje vocale de atentionare: on/off ETWS: mesaj cutremur tsunami: on/off e on CMAS: mesaje prezidentiale: numai On Alerte externe: on/off Alerte grave: on/off AMBER: rapire copii: on/off Afisare transmisii de test: on/off Setari CBS: Configurare canal si aici am 4371, 4375, 4378, 4050, 4398 ..etc Nu se poate sterge, nu apare la aplicatii, am reinstalat android si tot apare. Telefon Huawei la liber nebranduit. (asa a fost cumparat in rest nu garantez) Ceva idei ce reprezinta si cum functioneaza?
  3. Asadar dispun de 500 Lei si as vrea sa-mi cumpar un telefon. M-am uitat un pic pe OLX si Okazii dupa un Iphone 5s si am gasit ceva pana in 5 milioane. M-am uitat dupa Iphone 5s deoarece am avut anul trecut unul primit de la cineva apropiat doar ca nu am apucat sa ma bucur de el decat o luna deoarece mi-a fost furat . Sincer am ramas un pic fascinat de telefon si mi-a placut destul de mult de asta as alege tot IOS. (Sunt un pic dezamagit de durata bateriei) Ma gandesc si la Android deoarece ai mai multa libertate si sincer pana acum nu cred ca am avut o versiune de android mai mare de 4 . Dar daca aleg Android ce sa-mi iau ? HTC ? Samsung ? Ce vreau de la telefonul pe care o sa-l aleg ? -Sa ma tina bateria. Asta e cel mai important. -Sa se auda bine ( pentru muzica, presupun ca asta tine mai mult de casti) -Sa aibe un design placut. -Sa se vada clar. -Macar 10 gb memorie interna. Presupun ca daca o sa iau Android o sa ma pot uita si la un film pe el... de asta am spus ca vreau sa ma tina bateria ceva mai mult deoarece la Iphone daca ascultam muzica vreo 4 5 ore se ducea pe 0 bateria. Sincer vreau sa fiu un pic convins ca merita Android peste IOS. Daca as dispune de vreo 500 euro in loc de 500 Lei sunt sigur ca as merge pe IOS doar ca in limita banilor pe care ii am cred ca o sa aleg un Android. Nu prea sunt la curent cu performanta acestor smartphone-uri intrucat nu prea m-a interesant si de aceea cer ajutorul vostru. Daca mai sunt si alte sisteme de operare care exceleaza pe piata la ora actuala si exista smartphone-uri pe care ruleaza si chiar sunt bune, imi puteti recomanda!
  4. Salutare oameni buni am telefon Allview a5 ready si am nevoie de un backup stock rom pentru a-mi reface telefonul cu sp flashtool cine are acest telefon va rog sa ma ajutati cu un link de download.Ajutati-ma sa imi refac telefonul...VA ROG.
  5. Salutare, am tot cautat pe Google o lista cu toate device-urile android care au Hangout pre-instalat si nimic. E cineva pe aici care m-ar putea ajuta?(sau macar o lista cu android fara Hangout pre-instalat).
  6. Salutare, tocmai ce am incercat kali linux pe android, nu sistemul in sine ci functile lui si mi se par absolut geniale nu sunt mari diferente in ceea ce poti face cu el pe pe un pc sau pe un android!
  7. Am nevoie de o aplicatie pentru Android ce ajuta la localizare,folosindu-se de GPS.Aplicatia este partial facuta. Pentru mai multe informatii astept sa fiu contactata.
  8. Reflecting on Recent iOS and Android Security Updates By zLabs Friday, Feb 12 2016 at 04:00 By: Zuk Avraham, Joshua Drake, Nikias Bassen from ZimperiumzLabs The last thirty days proven to be yet another exciting time for the mobile security ecosystem. Apple and Google released updates for their respective mobile operating systems that fix several critical issues — including some in the kernel that may be exploited remotely. Last Monday, Google released its monthly Nexus security bulletin. We are thrilled to see that the tradition that started after Stagefright’s discovery is a monthly routine now and other vendors are following suit (including Samsung). Blackberry indicated that they are very serious about security issues as well. We welcome Android vendors to reply to the ZHA thread to update the carriers on their plans to release an update addressing the February fixes by Google. We’ll take a closer look at the bulletin and some of the issues fixed later in this post. iOS 9.2.1 In the recent iOS update (9.2.1 – published on January 19th), Apple patched what we initially classified as 7 critical, 3 high, and 2 moderate severity vulnerabilities. These include at least five remotely exploitable vulnerabilities (CVE-2016-1723 through CVE-2016-1727) and at least one critical local kernel vulnerability triggerable from userland with low privileges (CVE-2016-1719). CVE-2015-7995 also appears to be exposed remotely, but determining exploitability will require further investigation. The following graph and table summarize the mentioned issues. CVE Component Impact Severity CVE-2016-1717 DiskImage Kernel Code Execution High CVE-2016-1719 IOHIDFamily Kernel Code Execution Critical CVE-2016-1720 IOKit Kernel Code Execution High CVE-2016-1721 Kernel Kernel Code Execution High CVE-2015-7995 libxslt Remote Code Execution Critical CVE-2016-1722 syslogd Code Execution w/EOP High CVE-2016-1723, CVE-2016-1724, CVE-2016-1725, CVE-2016-1726, CVE-2016-1727 WebKit Remote Code Execution Critical CVE-2016-1728 WebKit CSS Privacy Leak Moderate CVE-2016-1730 WebSheet Privacy Leak Moderate Android The February Nexus Security Bulletin encompasses 10 security issues including 5 critical, 4 high, and 1 moderate severity vulnerabilities. This includes 2 remotely exploitable kernel code execution vulnerabilities (CVE-2016-0801, CVE-2016-0802) and 2 remotely exploitable vulnerabilities exposed through Android’s mediaserver (CVE-2016-0803 in Stagefright, CVE-2016-0804). You can see the bulletin in its entirety here, but the following graph and table summarize the disclosed issues. CVE Component Impact Severity CVE-2016-0801 CVE-2016-0802 Broadcom Wi-Fi Driver Remote Code Execution Critical CVE-2016-0803 CVE-2016-0804 Mediaserver Remote Code Execution Critical CVE-2016-0805 Qualcomm Performance Module Elevation of Privilege Critical CVE-2016-0806 Qualcomm Wi-Fi Driver Elevation of Privilege Critical CVE-2016-0807 Debugger Daemon Elevation of Privilege Critical CVE-2016-0808 Minikin Denial of Service High CVE-2016-0809 Wi-Fi Elevation of Privilege High CVE-2016-0810 Mediaserver Elevation of Privilege High CVE-2016-0811 libmediaplayerservice Information Disclosure High CVE-2016-0812 CVE-2016-0813 Setup Wizard Elevation of Privilege Moderate While privilege escalation issues can be used by local apps or by remote exploits, attackers still need to gain initial code execution on the device to exploit those. With SELinux being enforced more strictly, kernel vulnerabilities are becoming more important (see our 2016 predictions []). Fortunately for the attackers (and unfortunately for us), we suspect that several additional security bugs lurk within Android device specific drivers and kernels. Further, the value of information disclosure vulnerabilities should not be underestimated. For example, CVE-2016-0811 may help attackers defeat security mitigations such as ASLR by leaking address space layout details. Combining several less severe issues together in a chain allows attackers to accomplish full compromise reliably. We expect this practice to remain a trend for the foreseeable future. As promised, Google updated the advisory within 48 hours with links to the AOSP commits that fixed the issues. It’s Interesting that several issues correspond to commits first released to the public in January. Unfortunately, this form of partial disclosure tends to give attackers that monitor code pushes a head start — especially when targeting 3rd party Android devices. On the bright side, that means up-to-date Nexus users were protected for an extra month before the official public disclosure. Let’s take a closer look at the relevant code changes for each issue. Analyzing the bugs The Broadcom Wi-Fi Driver remote kernel code execution vulnerabilities are the most interesting bugs disclosed this month. Although Google did not link to any commits for these two vulnerabilities, the Linux kernel is released under the GNU Public License which requires that source code be made available publicly. Shortly after the release, Security Researcher Ralf Philipp-Weinmann what we believe to be the related commits. The changes most relevant to CVE-2016-0801 and CVE-2016-0802 follow. We performed a cursory analysis of CVE-2016-0802 (full diffhere) and determined that several new validations were added checking packet lengths. However, we were unable to confirm that any ill effects would result from using nefarious values for the now-validated parameters. CVE-2016-0801 tells a different — and quite scary — story. See the following commit details. As you can see, the committer himself declared these issuesexploitable buffer overflows straight away. Looking at the code sheds additional light on the subject. drivers/net/wireless/bcmdhd/wl_cfg80211.c [diff]: In both cases, validation is added to prevent copying more data than the size of the destination buffer. Further, both destination buffers are located on the kernel stack. Because the stack contains crucial items such as the return address and — in the case of the kernel — the thread_info structure, exploiting such overflows is thought to be much easier. The next logical question is if and how these areas of code can be reached by an attacker. The bulletin states, “These vulnerabilities can be triggered when the attacker and the victim are associated with the same network.” However, our quick analysis of the code suggests (unconfirmed) that it may be possible to trigger these vulnerabilities without being associated at all. The following code is responsible for initializing a table of handlers that is used when various events occur. ==== 9765 static void wl_init_event_handler(struct bcm_cfg80211 *cfg) … 9781 cfg->evt_handler[WLC_E_ACTION_FRAME_RX] = wl_notify_rx_mgmt_frame; 9782 cfg->evt_handler[WLC_E_PROBREQ_MSG] = wl_notify_rx_mgmt_frame; 9783 cfg->evt_handler[WLC_E_P2P_PROBREQ_MSG] = wl_notify_rx_mgmt_frame; … 9790 cfg->evt_handler[WLC_E_PFN_NET_FOUND] = wl_notify_pfn_status; ==== The first three presented entries correspond with the first change in the diff. The wl_notify_rx_mgmt_frame function callswl_validate_wps_ie, which contains the buffer overflow. (and also has other callers that have not been investigated). The event IDs (the part in brackets) include probe requests and action frames. This is quite interesting because probe requests are one of the very first packets sent during association. If an Android device enabled the portable hotspot feature, this vulnerability could potentially be exposed to everyone within range of the Wi-Fi radio. The final presented event handler entry deals with scheduled scans. The wl_notify_pfn_status function callswl_notify_sched_scan_results, which contains the buffer overflow. Although we are still investigating, this functionality also sounds a lot like it could expose the vulnerability to any attacker within Wi-Fi range of a vulnerable device. After the Broadcom Wi-Fi driver, the next most interesting vulnerabilities in the bulletin relate to a subject near and dear to our hearts — Android’s media processing. CVE-2016-0803 fixes two integer overflows in libstagefright that were classified as critical RCE. The bugs existed within the SOFTMPEG4Encoder and functions. In both cases, the issue is an integer overflow occurring when dealing with multiplication involving the mWidth and mHeight parameters. This overflow was patched with two commits [] [2] that add a sanitization check prior to allocating 1.5 x mWidth x mHeight bytes in the process’ heap. The relevant changes follow. CVE-2016-0803 affect devices running: Android 4.4.4, 5.0, 5.1.1, 6.0 and 6.0.1 This issue is not without caveats, however. Since it exists within a codec, the victim would need to play back a malicious media file for an attacker trigger the vulnerability. While not all possible ways of accessing media have been investigated, Google Chrome on Android blocks automatic playback of HTML5 video by default (see here). As with most things Android, your mileage may vary depending on the specific device or application dealing with rich media. We encourage developers (especially those working on devices and browsers) to investigate and reconsider the decision to enable auto-play functionality. Another quirk with this vulnerability is that it appears to live within encoder functionality. It’s not presently clear how an attacker would exercise an encoder remotely, but we can’t rule it out either. The other critical RCE, vulnerability in mediaserver that is not related to libstagefright is CVE-2016-0804. It affects devices running Android 5.0, 5.1.1, 6.0 and 6.0.1. It was fixed by re-initializing the mDrmManagerClient member variable to NULL when cleaning up withinNuPlayer::GenericSource::notifyPreparedAndCleanup as shown below. frameworks/av / media/libmediaplayerservice/nuplayer/GenericSource.cpp Fixes of this nature often prevent using stale data later in the lifetime of the process. One of the security researchers on the team of people that reported the issue that this issue was a use-after-free problem triggered when processing a DRM-protected media file. Presumably the attack vector here is media within the browser. It’s not clear if playback is required here, but given the name of the vulnerable function it’s probably not. Conclusions To summarize, both iOS and Android are improving their security from month to month but both OSes still expose users to remotely exploitable bugs. It wouldn’t come as a surprise if more such vulnerabilities were discovered already or in the future. From a preliminary analysis of the bugs, the security of most available devices not running the latest version is alarming. Determined attackers such as professional malware authors and nation states couldn’t be happier with smartphones’ lack of updates and the amount of remotely exploitable vulnerabilities. Sursa: https://blog.zimperium.com/reflecting-on-recent-ios-and-android-security-updates/
  9. Telefoane chinezești

    Salut. As vrea sa îmi iau un telefon mai bun, ca sa zic asa dar ieftin. Am v?zut multe p?reri bune la telefoane chineze?ti, gen meizu sau ulephone be touch Ce p?rere ave?i despre ele? Am v?zut ca meizu x4 e primul în rankul AnTuTu
  10. Salut, Caut o persoana cu experienta in Photoshop si Illustrator pentru a se ocupa de reskin-ul unui joc care ruleaza pe Android. Daca aveti un portofoliu consistent va rog sa ma contactati.
  11. VPN gratis for all

    https://www.finchvpn.com 3gb/pe luna FREE. Merge pe linux,windows,android,ios....
  12. Pentru Android am gasit appmakr[.]com Ceea ce vreau este sa introduc in ios store si android store o aplicatie care odata downloadata si deschisa sa iti dea un redirect direct catre un site Clientul meu are un site de nunti (exemplu), si vrea ca sa poata downloada lumea aplicatia care sa-i duca direct pe site odata deschisa, simplu. Astept orice sfat. Multumesc +rep
  13. Bugtroid este un instrument inovativ dezvoltat de echipa de BugTraq-Team. Principalele caracteristici ale acestei aplicatie este c? are mai mult de 200 de instrumente pentru Android si Linux (PRO) pentru pentesting. Are un meniu clasificate în func?ie de natura instrumentului poti g?si: 1 Anonymity : Proxy Browser Clean Master QuickLab cleaner Orbot Fakegps ChangeMac Orweb Proxydroid IP Checker Proxy server Direccion IP Spy Kit-Universal Mailer 2. 802.11(WIFI) Claves wifi Wifi Analyzer WifiLeaks Mac2wepkey WifiKill Wifi Radar Airmon 3. BruteForce Router Brute Force Routerpwn WIBR 4. DDOS AnDOsid Droidswarm Loic 1 Loic 2 SMS Bomber SMS reliator OFS Doser 5. Crypto HashDroid HashDecrypt Cryptonite APG CrypticSMS HashPass 6. Forensics Loggy Wifi Credetials Recovery Undelete CellID Info aLogcat Exit Viewer 7. Networking Wirless teher Netowrk port database aNmap Foxfi Fing AndFTP AndSMB Wake on Lan ConnectBot SSHtunel Connect SQL 8. Pentesting Bulbsecurity framework Nessus Zanti Dsploit Wifiinspect 9. People Search 123people Gmon2 Wigle Wifi Wardriving People Search Search People KGB People 9.Remote Flu Client DynDNS Blue Remote No-Ip Airdroid TeamViewer Android VNC 10. Scripting Scripting for android Perl for android Python for android Llama Script Launcher 11. Security Stripg Guard Keepass Droidwall Wifi Protector BLacklist apk Security Key Generator RedPhone DroidSheep Guard 12. Sniffers SSLStrip Droid Sniff Droidsheep Dsploit Shark Shark Reader Facesniff ArpSpoof Intercepter-NG 13. System Root Browser Autorun Cpuoverlay Zarchiver Osmonitor ROM toolbox Lite androPHP 14. Web Admin Panel Finder. 15. Av's VirusTotal Zoner Antivirus Antivirus Dr Web Avast Avira Download : DepositFiles
  14. Am o problema cu browserul Mozilla for android. De pe unele pagini imi iese automat din browser si imi apare ecranul de start. Ce pot sa fac? De exemplu intru pe Vbet - Sport betting, Poker, Casino, Online Games si imi iese din browser
  15. Buna seara!sunt nou pe acest site dar o sa trec la subiect.In trecut am emulat Windows 95 si xp pe o tableta.Mergea bine (si tableta este o "bruta") si m-am gandit sa scap de lag-ul de pe android si sa incerc ceva nou.Se poate instala ca sistem de operare nativ Linux sau Ubuntu?De Windows nu intreb stiu ca trebuie portate driverele.Multumesc!
  16. Va salut de la Arad

    Numele meu este Remus, am 30 de ani, sunt din Arad, familist si fac ce imi place , adica repar calculatoare la domiciliu, configurari retele, consultanta it pentru tineri si batrani.. oriunde e nevoie in zona, montez camere de supraveghere, repar tablete, gpsuri, telefoane cam din ce se poate castiga o paine sau doua (depinde de zi ). Sunt interesat de programare pentru android, configurari retea, linux os, linux pentru DVRuri . Sunt deschis la orice legat de calculatoare, daca pot ajut, daca nu stiu intreb mai departe!
  17. Yes it's slow, but it's enough to leak data to another Android The better your Android smartphone's audio, the worse its security – the audio channel is the latest path for “low and slow” data leak attacks. A research group at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) has demonstrated that you could create a covert data channel using a smartphone's voice channel. While it only runs at 13 bits per second, the researchers reckon that's enough to exfiltrate data (if you're patient), or the channel could be used to spread malware that opens up more attack possibilities. And, of course, because your average Android security product watches out for suspicious data interactions, the voice-carrying hardware might go completely unnoticed. What Bushra Aloraini, Daryl Johnson, Bill Stackpole, and Sumita Mishra of the RIT's Golisano College of Computing and Information Science did was create a software modem (remember Winmodem?) that encodes data on the voice stream, but doesn't take up enough of that stream so that the user will notice. Therein lies the importance of high-quality voice: in an older Android mobe with just a baseband processor (BP) and an application processor (AP), “end users and applications are not able to access the cellular voice stream”. Newer mobes designed to slake our thirst for high-quality multimedia are different – they have dedicated A/V processors, with the application processor doing audio routing. As the paper states, the “audio path to the cellular voice channel could be reached and controlled from the AP and potentially the end user.” he researchers' audio modem works just like an old-school dial-up modem, using frequency-shift keying to encode digital states (in their case, Morse code, with 600 Hz representing a dot and 1,000 Hz representing a dash). The audio modem is accompanied with a rootkit that hides the modem in Android, and gives it continuous privileged access to the system. Source
  18. Salut, am si eu o intrebare. Exista vreo metoda sau unealta prin care pot monitoriza traficul din android hotspot-ul meu? Am internet nelimitat pe telefon si fac hotspot pentru un vecin. Ma intereseaza sa vad ce site-uri acceseaza . Multumesc anticipat.
  19. Last year at Google I/O developer event, Google launched a limited beta "App Runtime for Chrome" (ARC) project, which now expanded to run millions of Android apps within Chrome browser. Google has released a new developer tool called App Runtime for Chrome (ARC) Welder that allows Android apps to run on Chrome for Linux, Windows, and OS X systems. App Runtime for Chrome (ARC) was an early experiment specifically designed for app developers, but now anyone can download it. Google Chrome's ARC Welder app can now run any of your favorite Android apps like WhatsApp, Candy Crush, Angry Birds, all from your Chrome web browser. ARC welder tool operates via some special runtime implemented using Native Client (NaCl) in-browser binary execution tech. Native Client is a Chrome sandboxing technology that allows Chrome plugins and apps to run at near-native speeds, taking full advantage of the system's CPU and GPU. Google ported complete Android stack to Native Client, allowing Android apps to run on most major operating systems. Google ARC welder tool is based on Android 4.4, but there are some limitations: you can load only one app at a time you have to select portrait or landscape layout you need to choose, whether you want the app to run on phone- or tablet-style. LEARN HOW TO RUN ANDROID APPS IN CHROME:- Install the latest Google Chrome browser. Download and run the ARC Welder app from the Chrome Store. Add third party APK file host. After downloading APK app file to your PC, click Open. Select the mode -> "Tablet" or "Phone" -> in which you want to run your app. Finally, click the "Launch App" button. I have personally tried this tool before writing, and some of my favorite Android apps work pretty well. SOURCE
  20. Google said Thursday that malware infections on Android devices have been cut in half in the past year following security upgrades for the mobile platform. In a security review for 2014, Google said it made significant strides for the platform long seen as weak on security. Android security engineer Adrian Ludwig said in a blog post that the overall worldwide rate of potentially harmful applications installed dropped by nearly 50 percent between the first quarter and the fourth quarter of the year. Ludwig noted over one billion Android devices in use worldwide have security through Google Play "which conducts 200 million security scans of devices per day" and that fewer than one percent of the devices had potentially harmful apps installed in 2014. For those devices which only use Google Play apps, the rate of potentially malicious apps was less than 0.15 percent, Google said. The report noted that Android got several security upgrades in 2014, including improved encryption and better detection tools for malware. Android has long been seen as vulnerable to malware because it is an open platform and many devices run older versions of the mobile operating system. But Google's report said its review "does not show any evidence of widespread exploitation of Android devices." "We want to ensure that Android is a safe place, and this report has helped us take a look at how we did in the past year, and what we can still improve on," Ludwig said. "In 2015, we have already announced that we are are being even more proactive in reviewing applications for all types of policy violations within Google Play. Outside of Google Play, we have also increased our efforts to enhance protections for specific higher-risk devices and regions." Android is used on around 80 percent of the smartphones globally, but its popularity has also made it a magnet for malware. Sursa: Google Says Android Malware Cut in Half | SecurityWeek.Com
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  23. Palo Alto Networks today shared details of a security vulnerability in the Android operating system that could allow an attacker to hijack the installation of a what appears to be a legitimate Android application and modify or replace it with malware. The network security firm said an estimated 49.5 percent of current Android users are impacted by the flaw, which if exploited, could potentially give attackers full access to a compromised device, including usernames, passwords, and sensitive data. Fortunately, the risk for most typical Android users is low, as the vulnerability only affects applications downloaded from third-party app stores, not the official Google Play store, which downloads files into a protected space and cannot be overwritten by an attacker. Discovered by Palo Alto Networks researcher Zhi Xu, the vulnerability exploits a flaw in Android’s “PackageInstaller” system service, allowing attackers to silently gain unlimited permissions in compromised devices, the company said. Android Hijacking VulnerabilityPalo Alto Networks summarized the flaw as follows: • During installation, Android applications list the permissions requested to perform their function, such as a messaging app requesting access to SMS messages, but not GPS location. • This vulnerability allows attackers to trick users by displaying a false, more limited set of permissions, while potentially gaining full access to the services and data on the user’s device, including personal information and passwords. • While users believe they are installing a flashlight app, or a mobile game, with a well-defined and limited set of permissions, they are actually running potentially dangerous malware. “On affected platforms, we discovered that the PackageInstaller has a ‘Time of Check’ to ‘Time of Use’ vulnerability,” the company explained in a blog post. “In layman’s terms, that simply means that the APK file can be modified or replaced during installation without the user’s knowledge. The Installer Hijacking vulnerability affects APK files downloaded to unprotected local storage only because the protected space of Play Store app cannot be accessed by other installed apps.” Palo Alto Networks said it has worked with Google and Android device manufacturers including Samsung and Amazon to help protect users and patch the vulnerability in affected versions of Android, however, some older-version Android devices may remain vulnerable. Palo Alto Networks recommends the following for enterprises concerned about the risk of malware through Android devices: • On vulnerable devices, only install software applications from Google Play; these files are downloaded into a protected space, which cannot be overwritten by the attacker. • Deploy mobile devices with Android 4.3_r0.9 and later, but keep in mind that some Android 4.3 devices are found to be vulnerable. • Do not provide apps with permission to access logcat. Logcat is a system log, which can be used to simplify and automate the exploit. Android 4.1 and later versions of Android by default forbid apps from accessing logcat of system and other installed apps. But an installed app could still manage to get access to other apps’ logcat on rooted mobile devices using Android 4.1 or later. • Do not allow enterprise users to use rooted devices with enterprise networks. According to Google, the Android Open Source Project includes patches for the vulnerability for Android 4.3 and later, which can be found here. According to Google’s Android Security Team, no attempts to exploit the vulnerability on user devices has been detected. Palo Alto Networks also released a vulnerability scanner app in the Google Play store which it has open sourced on Github. Ryan Olson, Unit 42 Intelligence Director at Palo Alto Networks, told SecurityWeek that no CVE has been assigned for the flaw, as Google did not request one. Additional technical details and information are available in the blog post from Palo Alto Networks. Sursa
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  25. Security researchers at IBM have uncovered a bug in cloud storage service provider Dropbox's software development kit (SDK) that potentially leaves millions of Android users open to attack. Researchers at IBM's X-Force Application Security Research warned that the 'DroppedIn' flaw affects many applications using the Dropbox SDK. "It allows attackers to connect applications on mobile devices to a Dropbox account they control," explained vice president of IBM Security Caleb Barlow. "This vulnerability may affect any Android app that uses the Dropbox SDK versions 1.5.4 to 1.6.1, and can be exploited locally using malware and remotely using drive-by techniques." A Dropbox spokesperson told V3 the firm issued an update fixing the flaw in December 2014 and added it could only be exploited in "very specific circumstances" on devices where the main Dropbox Android app was not installed. Barlow said despite the assurances hackers could still steal data from vulnerable systems without the patch. "The vulnerability allows attackers to execute malicious code during the log-in process that allows them to access the random number, called a 'nonce', that Dropbox uses as part of the authentication process," he said. "Once the attacker has the nonce, they can enter an access token that is also used to identify a user and then upload or download files into/from the victim's vulnerable app to the attacker's Dropbox account." He added to fully fix the problem application developers will have to install the SDK patch. "There are many apps that rely on the Dropbox SDK, including Yahoo Mail, Microsoft Office Mobile, AgileBits 1Password, and several productivity, photo editing/sharing tools," he said. "Application developers that use the Android Dropbox SDK need to upgrade their version to at least 1.6.2 or above ASAP which is where the patch for this vulnerability exists." The Dropbox spokesperson moved to allay these concerns telling V3 "most Android app developers using our SDK have updated their apps so users don't need to do anything." The news follows reports that application developers are failing to install critical security updates. Researchers at McAfee reported in February that a number of "popular" applications still do not include critical patches for the high-profile BERserk and Heartbleed Secure Sockets Layer flaws. Source
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