New vulnerabilities and attack vectors emerge almost daily. The less time between the active exploitation by hackers and the detection through defense teams, the higher the chance that attacks can be fended off. While SRLabs conducts research on both vulnerabilities (e.g., reverse engineering, black box testing) and exploitations (e.g., honeypots, more… “Incorrectly patched ZyXEL vulnerability becomes zero-day again”
It almost seems like eons ago when we were just some geeks having fun solving tech puzzles. We were discovering flaws in systems that we used every day. From this research, we soon realized it would be a bigger benefit for everybody if we started actually sharing our knowledge and help get more… “A decade of hacking – meet the people behind SRLabs”
Since 2018, SRLabs has refined Android patch analysis through the app SnoopSnitch . Recent SnoopSnitch data paints an improved picture of the Android ecosystem over what we saw in 2018 . All major vendors appear to apply patches more regularly, and some of the vendors implement security updates exceptionally fast. more… “The Android patch ecosystem – Still fragmented, but improving”
In the second half of 2019, Google and a group of mobile operators started implementing a new communication technology, Rich Communication Services (RCS) . RCS is poised to replace calling and text messaging for billions of people. It also introduces new messaging possibilities to make native text messaging be more more… “New RCS technology exposes most mobile users to hacking”
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