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Monthly Archives: April 2012

Google Wallet – Last Four Digits Revealed to Malware Vulnerability

Posted: April 20, 2012 – 10:22 am | Author: | Filed under: android, bugs, Mobile Security

If you’re using Google Wallet, please check your version number and ensure you’re up-to-date (1.1-R57v5 as of this post). This post describes an issue we discovered and reported to Google a few weeks ago. It has now been patched in the latest version of Google Wallet. We think it’s an interesting concern for both end […]

Java Reflection in Android…FTW

Posted: April 13, 2012 – 11:57 am | Author: and | Filed under: android, Conferences, Mobile Security, NFC, Reverse Engineering, RFID, Tools

I’ll be hitting a few smaller security conferences this spring (whatup BeaCon and BSidesROC) with a turbo talk on how Java reflection can be useful for accessing hidden APIs in Android. The team at Gibraltar had some great posts on this last year, but getting reflection to work for accessing the NfcAdapterExtras and NfcExecutionEnvironment classes was not as […]


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