Category: Android


Drammer: a ‘Deterministic Rowhammer Attack’ to gain root permissions on Android devices

A new attack technique that exploits the Rowhammer hardware vulnerability on Android devices Earlier last year, security researchers from Google’s Project Zero discovers Rowhammer, a hardware bug that allows attackers to manipulate data in memory without accessing it: by reading many times from a specific memory location, somewhere else in memory a bit may flip (a […]

Android, Cybersecurity, Malware Analysis

How much is difficult realize a malware ignored by antimalware solutions?

Pretty simple, according to recent researches! A group of the researchers from the Iswatlab team at the University of Sannio demonstrated how is easy to create a mobile malware that eludes antivirus solutions. The research was conducted by Corrado Aaron Visaggio and Francesco Mercaldo, who realized an engine that applies the following transformations chain to […]