StrandHogg 2.0 Android Vulnerability Is Hard To Detect: Leaving 39.2 Percent Of Android Devices Vulnerable Forever – Expert Insight


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Sam Bakken, Senior Product Marketing Manager,  OneSpan
May 27, 2020
Android users should update their device to the latest version of Android.
Mobile apps practically have a target painted on their back. Promon’s recent malware vulnerability discovery dubbed “StrandHogg 2.0” is the latest example of what dangerous malware could do if exploited in the wild – possibly exposing Android users’ mobile banking credentials and access one-time-passwords sent via SMS. While the potential for damage is pretty clear, there are steps ap ....
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