qProven methodologies, technical rigor, and from-the-trenches experience to countering mobile security exploits--from the bestselling coauthor of the original Hacking Exposed. Hacking Exposed Mobile focuses on the security of applications running on mobile devices, specifically mobile phones. This book focuses on Android OS, as well as operating systems from Microsoft and Apple. As businesses rush their mobile products to market and conduct business transactions via mobile devices, vast new security risks, vulnerabilities, and exploits are of great concern. This book addresses all of these issues and provides proven solutions for securing mobile applications. No other book on hacking rivals the original, bulletproof pedagogy of this book's clear-cut Hack/Countermeasure approach. Proven strategies for preventing, detecting, and remediating common technology and architecture weaknesses and maintaining tight security controls permanently. Accessible style and format: attacks/countermeasures; risk ratings; case studies; self-assessment tips; check lists; and organizational strategiesq--Or consider the first known computer worm affecting mobile devices: Named Cabir, it spread to other Symbian devices by sending ... Granted, the victim had to agree to install the installation script, but a percentage of users will always agree to do something without understanding ... In this chapter, wea#39;ll first explore malware that affects the Android platform and then briefly discuss iOS malware, or the lack of ... Chapter 5: Mobile Malware wa#39;broidDream Although most Android malware isanbsp;...
|Title||:||Hacking Exposed Mobile|
|Author||:||Jason Rouse, Joel Scambray, Neil Bergman, Mike Stanfield|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2013-07-30|