How malicious applications abuse Android permissions

Introduction Many Android applications on the Google Play Store request a plethora of permissions to the user. In most cases, those permissions are actually required by the application to work properly, even if it is not always clear why, while other times they are plainly unnecessary for the application or are used for malicious purposes. … Continue reading How malicious applications abuse Android permissions

A closer look at the security of React Native biometric libraries

Many applications require the user to authenticate inside the application before they can access any content. Depending on the sensitivity of the information contained within, applications usually have two approaches: The user authenticates once, then stays authenticated until they manually log out;The user does not stay logged in for too long and has to re-authenticate … Continue reading A closer look at the security of React Native biometric libraries