This Banking Institution Prevents Mobile Fraud With Pradeo Security

Posted by Roxane Suau on July 30, 2018

Banks have digitalized their services to offer the best experience to their clients. As a result, it is now of current use to check accounts and transfer money from mobile banking applications, arousing the interest of hackers to exploit the wide mobile attack surface. Facing this new vector of threats, the Bank to which this use case refers decided to ensure the security of its mobile banking application by leveraging Pradeo Security Runtime Application Self-Protection (RASP) solution. 

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Eurosport Official Mobile App Vulnerable to Data Leakage

Posted by Vivien Raoul on June 08, 2018

While the World Cup is around the corner, football applications are becoming omnipresent. Among their features, you can check live scores, follow your team ranking, create an account linked to your social media etc. At first sight, nothing scary. But while investigating applications* connected to one of the most followed event in the world, Pradeo’s research team found out a worrying trend: most of them are highly intrusive and vulnerable. On top of the list, there is the Eurosport app which was downloaded more than 10 million times.

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New Research: The Current State of Mobile Application Security

Posted by Roxane Suau on May 24, 2018

Mobile applications are the first media we use to access information from our smartphones and tablets. We easily trust them with sensitive data, but what do we know about their security levels? Organizations develop mobile applications at a fast pace to keep up with business needs and often leave aside security measures.

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Mobile Threat Landscape Report 2018

Posted by Roxane Suau on February 08, 2018

Pradeo just published its biannual mobile threat report, based on a sample of 2 millions Android and iOS Applications analyzed by Pradeo’s engine. It gives an insight of the mobile threats currently surrounding us.

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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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