High Performance Network Security, Enterprise and Data-Center Firewall

High Performance Network Security, Enterprise and Data-Center Firewall

by RSS Axelle Apvrille  |  July 29, 2010  |  Category: Security Research
The analysis of SymbOS/NMPlugin.A!tr shows that, once again, a mobile malware was signed using the Symbian’s Express Signed procedure. It is the fourth malware we notice doing so since 2009 (and it is likely I missed a couple). See the table below....
by RSS Axelle Apvrille  |  July 15, 2010  |  Category: Security Research
The more I analyze the SymbOS/Album malware, the more it scares me. The main malicious executable, Album.exe, is actually capable of processing incoming commands included in SMS messages sent by the value-added service provider number 106650xxx....
by RSS Axelle Apvrille  |  July 08, 2010  |  Category: Security Research
Lately, I have been analyzing a sample of SymbOS/Album.A!tr, another advanced malware targeting mobile phones running Symbian OS 9 and greater. First of all, once more, like SymbOS/Yxes, this malware was "legitimately" signed by Symbian's Express Si...
by RSS Axelle Apvrille  |  April 13, 2010  |  Category: Security Research
On Symbian phones, most malware are either implemented natively in C++ (over the Symbian API) or in Java (midlets). SymbOS/Enoriv.A!tr.dial uses another language called m. Usually, m scripts (.m extension) are run within the m environment, (mShell)...

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