What Do Apple’s EU App Store Changes Mean for App Developers?

The EU says the DMA keeps markets fair and open; Apple says the DMA introduces security problems. Apple is leveling fees against independent app stores. Continue reading What Do Apple’s EU App Store Changes Mean for App Developers?

How to catch a wild triangle

How Kaspersky researchers obtained all stages of the Operation Triangulation campaign targeting iPhones and iPads, including zero-day exploits, validators, TriangleDB implant and additional modules. Continue reading How to catch a wild triangle

The outstanding stealth of Operation Triangulation

In this report Kaspersky shares insights into the validation components used in Operation Triangulation, TriangleDB implant post-compromise activity, as well as details of some additional modules. Continue reading The outstanding stealth of Operation Triangulation

Dissecting TriangleDB, a Triangulation spyware implant

In researching Operation Triangulation, we set ourselves the goal to retrieve as many parts of the exploitation chain as possible. As of now, we have finished analyzing the spyware implant and are ready to share the details. Continue reading Dissecting TriangleDB, a Triangulation spyware implant

Operation Triangulation: iOS devices targeted with previously unknown malware

While monitoring the traffic of our own corporate Wi-Fi network, we noticed suspicious activity that originated from several iOS-based phones. We created offline backups of the devices, inspected them and discovered traces of compromise. Continue reading Operation Triangulation: iOS devices targeted with previously unknown malware

Mobile malware evolution 2021

In 2021, cybercriminal activity gradually decreased, and attempts to exploit the pandemic topic became less common. However, mobile malware became more advanced, and attacks more complex. Continue reading Mobile malware evolution 2021

SSID Stripping flaw lets hackers mimic real wireless access points

By Deeba Ahmed
SSID Stripping has emerged as a significant threat because it impacts major platforms like MS Windows, macOS, Apple iOS, Ubuntu, and Android.
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Defending Against Pervasive Spyware

The revelation that Israeli company NSO Group’s spy software Pegasus was targeting the smartphones of activists, journalists and business executives sent a shockwave through the international press. The spyware successfully infiltrated the mobile devi… Continue reading Defending Against Pervasive Spyware

The High Cost of Privacy By Default

In the ongoing “war” between Facebook and Apple over privacy, Apple’s new operating system, iOS 14.5 contains a feature that most people assumed—incorrectly—was already part of the operating system; the ability to choose which apps collected and share… Continue reading The High Cost of Privacy By Default