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Attacks, Vulnerabilities, and ZecOps Capabilities on iOS and Android
iPhone and Android are Relatively Secure, so why are there so many mobile cyber attacks?
5 reasons cyber attackers target your mobile device
How to keep safe from Pegasus and other NSO-like companies
Fake Droids: Your New Android Device is Actually an Old Android 6
ZecOps Announces Support for Forensics Images Acquired by GrayShift
Persistence without “Persistence”: Meet The Ultimate Persistence Bug – “NoReboot”
How iOS Malware Can Spy on Users Silently?
Use-After-Free in Voice Control: CVE-2021-30902 Write-up
The Recent iOS 0-Click, CVE-2021-30860, Sounds Familiar. An Unreleased Write-up: One Year Later
NSO Exploits Still Remains Mysterious: ZecOps Can Help You Fight Back
New “Always-on” Application for MacOS (April updates)
North Korea APT Might Have Used a Mobile 0day Too?
NTFS Remote Code Execution (CVE-2020-17096) Analysis
Remote iOS Attacks Targeting Journalists: More Than One Threat Actor?
Crash Analysis Series: An exploitable bug on Microsoft Teams ?! A Tale of One Bit
Crash Reproduction Series: Microsoft Edge Legacy NULL Pointer Dereference
SMBleedingGhost Writeup Part III: From Remote Read (SMBleed) to RCE
Seeing (Mail)Demons? Technique, Triggers, and a Bounty
Fake shutdown simulation of NoReboot Persistence Technique
Pegasus (NSO group) discovery
Best practices for mobile security