Official Sonic Apps Leak Data to Unverified Servers

Posted by Roxane Suau on January 18, 2018

Pradeo’s Lab discovered that some game applications in the Google Play published by SEGA, the famous video games developer and publisher, access and leak users’ geolocation and device data. Hundreds of millions of users are concerned by these data privacy violations.

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Google Play App Downloaded by Millions Leaks Data & Geolocation

Posted by Roxane Suau on December 14, 2017

Yesterday, Pradeo’s behavioural analysis engine raised an alert about an application available on the Google Play store called “Dune!”. The app is a game that has been downloaded over 5 million times in the last few weeks and is now part of the “Top Apps” list on the Google Play store.

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Mobile Apps: The Line Between Convenience & Data Leakage

Posted by Vivien Raoul on November 15, 2017

 

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Man-In-The-Middle Attack: Stealing Data Through The Network

Posted by Roxane Suau on November 02, 2017

Smartphones and tablets have become the first point of access to the internet. This evolution has led to the creation of many Wi-Fi networks so people can connect from almost anywhere, but it opens a new playground for hackers. The growing amount of public networks and users who get connected to them has increased Man-In-The-Middle attack opportunities.

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The real price to pay for free clones of popular applications

Posted by Roxane Suau on March 23, 2017

 

“This app that everyone is speaking of seems awesome, but I have to pay for it… We should be able to download it for free somewhere?!”

Indeed, no need to search for a long time before finding your dream mobile app without paying a cent. Non-official stores are happy to provide you with numerous clones of applications you usually have to pay for. But what is their real price?

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