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Threat Research December 4, 2015

In The Wild: Mobile Security Observations from the Check Point Research Team

We already know mobile threats are becoming more and more sophisticated every day. As cyber criminals exploit new vulnerabilities, they also discover new techniques that make it easier to attack our smartphones and tablets. Most…

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Threat Research February 19, 2015

Targeted Attacks on Enterprise Mobile Exposed in New Threat Research

New Report: mRATs Caught in the Enterprise With the number of high-profile mobile threats and vulnerabilities like Operation Pawn Storm, xSSER mRAT, and Masque Attack growing, cybertheives are putting more focus on new ways to…

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Threat Research September 30, 2014

Chinese Government Targets Hong Kong Protesters With Android mRAT Spyware

Protesters in Hong Kong are being targeted by a social engineering campaign aiming to infect Android devices with an advanced surveillance mRAT A malicious, fake Android mRAT app claiming to coordinate the Occupy Central pro-democracy movement…

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Threat Research April 26, 2014

Weekly Mobile Security News Roundup – Are your Mobile Apps Exposing Sensitive Data?

For the first time in several weeks, this week’s summary isn’t dominated by the OpenSSL vulnerability - Heartbleed. While Heartbleed may not breaking news anymore - we still recommend making it a priority to ensure your enterprise is protected from it. This week’s items serve as another reminder of the different ways an app or a device can expose sensitive data.

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