Month: December 2011

Paper accepted!

Today, we got the great message that two of our papers “Analyse und Vergleich von BckR2D2-I und II” and “Forensic Analysis of YAFFS2” had been accepted for the Sicherheit2012 in Darmstadt. We are really looking forward to participate.

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New Technical Report – Analysis of BckR2D2

Our research group has published a new technical report with the analysis and comparison of several versions of BckR2D2. The report is available in German only and can be found under CS-2011-08 (opus). Abstract: Im Oktober 2011 erregte die Veröffentlichung von Details über die inzwischen meist als BckR2D2 bezeichnete Schadsoftware öffentliches Aufsehen. Mitglieder des Chaos

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Detailed Analysis of Android.Arspam

Intro: What is Android.Arspam? Android.Arspam is a new Android malware threat that emerged some days ago and uses a trojanised version of a Islamic compass application to distribute political propaganda links. This malware represent the first stage of politically-motivated hacking (hacktivism) on mobile platforms. Analysis of the Application and Its Structure The app requests the

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Detailed Analysis of Android.RuFraud

Intro: What is Android.RuFraud? SuiConFo.apk is an application which sends premium rated SMS messages. This is the first malicious app of this kind which was specially build for European countries (Germany, Luxembourgs, France, Belgium, Switzerland, Spain and Great Britain) and Canada but not for the Chinese market. In the last few days many similar apps

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Detailed Analysis of Android.Spitmo

Intro: What is Android.Spitmo? Android.Spitmo is the mobile “add-on” for SpyEye. Infected with this combination of malware, the attacker is able to modify banking orders made by the victim, even if they are secured by mTan. Step 1: Forcing the User to Install the App If the machine of a user is compromised with SpyEye

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