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WifiDemon Zero-Click iOS Vulnerability: Zimperium Customers Are Protected

On July 14, 2021, the world became aware of WifiDemon, a critical zero-touch remote-code execution vulnerability impacting iOS devices. Research conducted and published by the ZecOps Mobile EDR team has proven that what was thought to be a network crash bug is in actuality a security risk for iOS devices. Variations of the vulnerability impact … Read More

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Sideloaded Applications: The Risk of Fewer Restrictions

Would you trust an application on your device from a third-party app store? Would you trust that same app store on the endpoints connected to your corporate infrastructure? The premise of a third-party app store is relatively innocent on the surface, with hundreds of repositories set up to enable mobile device users to get the … Read More

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Unsecured Cloud Configurations Exposing Information in Thousands of Mobile Apps

Abstract When approaching the development of a mobile application, one of the key design decisions revolves around the server side aspect of the application. Specifically, storage of information relevant to the app’s usage, as well as the backend API’s allowing the app to query the server for information in real time (as opposed to static … Read More

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