It All Started With a Text Message

Update The real company itsme contacted me on twitter and they verified that they didn’t create an android app for their product. So they reported the misleading application to the google play store and got it removed successfully. Summary People were receiving text messages saying that their friends invited them to chat. The messages makes them install an application. Opening the app, it shows a quick walkthrough of the app and asks for a verification code....

April 7, 2022 · 4 min · 723 words · Emmanuel Adewale

Reversing Macos Malware (Tinyshell)

In my little journey of learning about macOS/Apple security, I will be documenting things I have learned via blogpost. This might not be useful to most researches since they probably know more about this topic but this should be a good resource for other beginners in this field. For the first post, I will document my step in reversing a simple yet interesting malware, TinyShell. It’s important to not, I used Mitten Mac’s post as a reference....

April 7, 2022 · 3 min · 626 words · Emmanuel Adewale

Analyzing Tactics and Developmental Trends of Open Source Malware

This article examines the results collected through analyzing publicly available malware samples, historical threats, and previous publications

April 5, 2022 · 3 min · 444 words · Olivia Gallucci