Privilege escalation is baked in to mobile OSES, if you look for it Oxford researchers reckon they've spotted the next emerging trend in Android advertising (and possibly malware): using common libraries to "collude" between apps with different privilege levels.… (Date:08/14/2017 05:07) Read full article >>

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