Android Cyber Vulnerability: Commentary From Expert

A new vulnerability, called Strandhogg, has been found to give cyber attackers the ability to create fake login screens that can be inserted into legitimate apps to steal login details and harvest data.


EXPERTS COMMENTS
Shlomie Liberow, Technical Program Manager,  HackerOne
December 03, 2019
Often malicious apps can give away tell-tale signed such as a drained battery.
A fair bit of skepticism should be applied when downloading any application to your phone, but unfortunately there may be some apps that slip through and give a false sense of authenticity. When installing applications, it is important to note the permissions it is requesting. As an example, an alarm clock app requesting access to your photos or location is a huge red flag – think about what the ....
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