I’m testing the security of a banking app that uses SSL pinning. I was able to bypass it, but now when I setup the proxy, the app is forcing me to update even though it is the latest version. Why is this happening only when I use a proxy? … Continue reading Forded update problem [closed]
Android allows now to set "private DNS" in the settings (which also allows using DNS over TLS – sadly over HTTPS atm only works for specific DNS providers).
What I am trying to establish is: if I set private DNS and use VPN at th… Continue reading Using Android private DNS with VPN
Google is revising its business agreements with phonemakers and other partners in India and making a series of other changes in the South Asian market to comply with the local antitrust watchdog’s directions in a major shift that could invite regulator… Continue reading Google To Make Changes To Android Business Terms in India After Antitrust Blow
Recently I saw a demonstration to fuzz IPv6 network interface of an android device
The tool in use was fuzz_ip6 from https://github.com/vanhauser-thc/thc-ipv6
And the tool was executed in the form of such as "sudo fuzz_ip6 -5 <inte… Continue reading Is it possible to send packets to network interface in an android device from host computer? [closed]
To help reduce the potential for malware, Android 14 will begin fully blocking the installation of apps that target outdated versions of Android. 9to5Google reports: For years now, the guidelines for the Google Play Store have ensured that Android deve… Continue reading Android 14 Set To Block Certain Outdated Apps From Being Installed
By Deeba Ahmed
Roaming Mantis malware was last seen in April 2018 targeting iOS and Android devices with cryptocurrency mining malware but this time, it has new DNS changer capabilities.
This is a post from HackRead.com Read the original post: Roaming … Continue reading Roaming Mantis Malware Returns with DNS Changer Capability
According to the latest official Android distribution numbers from Google, Android 13 is running on 5.2% of all devices less than six months after launch. 9to5Google reports: According to Android Studio, devices running Android 13 now account for 5.2% … Continue reading Android 13 Is Running On 5.2% of All Devices Five Months After Launch
Google has been dealt a significant blow in one of its key overseas markets. India’s Supreme Court on Thursday declined to block an antitrust order that requires the Android-maker to make a series of changes that could topple its financial viability. F… Continue reading India’s Top Court Rejects Google Plea To Block Android Antitrust Ruling in Major Blow
I use ColorOS (based on Android 12) and DuckDuckGo browser 5.145.4.
I want to know if opening a tab in DuckDuckGo browser to my mailbox online can leak sensitive data. In my case, it’s a French server hosted by OVH with Outlook.
Any advice… Continue reading Is opening a tab in duckduckgo browser in Android considered safe from data leaks?
it is my first time with MobSF and Android APK assessment. I have found something while testing a specific APK and I am trying to understand the concept behind it:
Under HARDCODED_SECRETS in MobSF, was found a pair of KEY/SECRET related to… Continue reading MobSF Android Activity APK Pentest