Mobile Security and Technology Blog
Net Neutrality, what is the buzz aboutIn: Location, Exploit, Hack, Social Engineering
What's behind the storry of net neutrality. Who is fighthing who, and who is about to win and how.
How you are getting located.In: Location, Exploit, Hack, Social Engineering
Learn about social engineering and technology hand in hand. Your social habits disclose more then you think.
Government domains SSL Policy OversightIn: SSL, Exploit, Policy, Legal
Serious security issue and missleading trust Proposal for open debate and policy updates.
Bitcoin, the real historyIn: Bitcoin, cryptocurrency, Legal
The purpose of creation and history. Did you know bitcoin started as a tool for biggest tax evasion in history.
Serbia IT Capitulation under US.In: SSL, Exploit, Hacking, Politics
Serbian Goverment decides to rotect most sensitive citizen informations by US SSL Issuers. Moreover, those who are not even registered at the theritory of Serbia.
Android IMAP password Hack.In: Android 7.1, Mobile, Exploit, Hacking
Do you know that Android 7.1 and prior will expose your IMAP password to anyone who can get hand on your unlocked phone? Check the showcase that will keep you re-think about swipe unlock.
Install Android 7.1 on Samsung Note 3In: Android 7.1, Mobile, Custom Rom, Mods
Taste Android 7.1 on your old Samsung Note 3?? Download custom unofficial ROM from here and get the first impression without breaking your new S7 Edge.
Ongoing Industry-Wide EspionageIn: Security, Mobile Security, Cyber Security
Are you really more secure with multiple layers of security? You have probably noticed high initiative from industry leaders to double-triple secure your account so you can regain access in case you lose password. That’s perfectly fine. It helps you recover if you lose your credentials, but does it have a downside?
How (M)Secure are You?In: 2FA, Exploit, Social Engineering
Phone Call-based Authentication is vulnerable to Call Forwarding Exploit. According to a research conducted, modern technology is facing dramatic security concerns in the approaches of two-step verification, especially the phone call-based one. Results are pointing to a serious exploit. “Your calls may be forwarded at any time without your knowledge.”