Monthly Archives: May 2017

The Judy Malware: Possibly the largest malware campaign found on Google Play | Check Point Blog

Yet another wide-spread Android malware.

Check Point researchers discovered another widespread malware campaign on Google Play, Google’s official app store. The malware, dubbed “Judy”, is an auto-clicking adware which was found on 41 apps developed by a Korean company. The malware uses infected devices to generate large amounts of fraudulent clicks on advertisements, generating revenues for the perpetrators behind it. …

Source: The Judy Malware: Possibly the largest malware campaign found on Google Play | Check Point Blog

Using RTL-SDR to Open Car Doors

DIY hardware and software now makes it possible to capture and replay car fob wireless signals. Obviously this can be used for very bad things..

yes, I tested this on two cars and a truck and successfully implemented the attack and door locks opened. Scary to think that anyone can spend less than a few dollars and be-able to grab my laptop if left in the open.

Source: Using RTL-SDR to Open Car Doors

How to Accidentally Stop a Global Cyber Attacks | MalwareTech

Someone accidentally stopped the ongoing WannaCry attacks by registering a domain.

In certain sandbox environments traffic is intercepted by replying to all URL lookups with an IP address belonging to the sandbox rather than the real IP address the URL points to, a side effect of this is if an unregistered domain is queried it will respond as it it were registered (which should never happen).

Source: How to Accidentally Stop a Global Cyber Attacks | MalwareTech